May 3, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) use a line in your story. You can think of the variation of the word meaning, or you can think of visual references. Go where the prompt leads.
“You two better figure out how to get along.” Mom said closing their bedroom door.
“That is impossible!” yelled Molly crossing her arms in disgust.
“There is just no way to share this room. We should just draw a line to divide it equally and stay away from each other.” Polly said and pulled out a marker.
“Now stay on your side and don’t you dare cross the line.” Polly said feeling satisfied.
She wouldn’t realize how unequal the line was until a couple hours later when she needed to use the bathroom. Her side didn’t have a door.
5 responses to “Flash Fiction – Dividing Equally”
Ha ha. This literally happened with my older sister (sans marker). She got the closet, though.
lol like that twist!
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Ha, ha! That didn’t work out as planned!