Write a piece of flash fiction each day of February with the February Flash Fiction Challenge, led by editor Moriah Richard. Each day, receive a prompt, example story, and write your own. Today’s prompt is to write the shortest story you can.
The wonderful thing about flash fiction is that you can have a story that goes up to 1,000 words, or you can have a story in six words or less. For today’s prompt, write the shortest story you can.
Remember: As mentioned yesterday, these prompts are just starting points; you have the freedom to go wherever your flash of inspiration takes you.
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Here’s my attempt at the super short short:
A Picture of Intimacy
An unmade bed, both sides slept in.