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She Had to Say It

by on September 6, 2016

The War was over, again. She’d fought snarling zombies, robot lizard guards, even reanimated laser-eyed Stonewall Jackson clones. Now, finally, Confederate Connie’s time machine was smashed, its shattered remnants skittering about in the summer breeze. Gaseous Girl smiled. “Looks like this one’s …gone with the wind.”

 

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22 Comments
  1. Ah, Michael’s back! And with Gaseous Girl’s victorious moment no less.

  2. HA. I suspected that’s what it would take to lure you back.

  3. I wish I could triple like this! Missed you, Michael! And Gaseous Girl!! So glad to see you back. 😀

    • Thanks! 🙂 With one thing and another I hadn’t been able to write much, but I hope now to return and get back to steady writing. 🙂

  4. I agree, you were away too long. Welcome back! 🙂

    • Thanks! I was away for too long, I admit. I did miss the yeah write community… not to mention Mr. Stamper, Gaseous Girl, and the rest of my characters. 😉

      • Well, life intervenes sometimes; happens to all of us. Happy to see Gaseous Girl again, even just a glimpse!

  5. Great job fitting your characters into a micro! Welcome back 🙂

  6. Ha ha ha, I can ALWAYS expect that twist in the end from you. Nailed it, as always.

  7. Donna-Louise Bishop permalink

    Oh what a great idea! Love your take on the prompt 🙂 Welcome back.

  8. So much story in such a small amount of space. I like that Gaseous Girl. I like her a lot!

  9. I love the “reanimated laser-eyed Stonewall Jackson clones” and “Confederate Connie.” They’re the perfect indicators of where in time Gaseous Girl went to fight a war.

  10. “reanimated laser-eyed Stonewall Jackson clones”–*shiver* 🙂

  11. hemasmixedbag permalink

    Ah, Gaseous Girl, I’ve missed you!

  12. onthevirg permalink

    Clever reference to Margaret Mitchell, Civil War etc.

    • I actually listened to Gone With The Wind on audiobook a few months back. It’s a classic.

  13. Christine permalink

    Michael! We missed you!

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