Coming Apart at the Seams

After losing her head, she realized that the rest of her body was falling apart! Jessica pinched herself hard. Once, twice. She was used to realistic simulations, but this one was borderline heart-attack material. She tried shouting for Andy, her partner in the simulator and in life.

She could form the words in her head, but the message wasn’t traveling any further. “Fine”, she thought to herself, “two can play this game.” Jessica grabbed hold of her left arm and with a yank it broke free. She swung it hard to the right, connecting with his body with a satisfying thud she felt in her right wrist.

She instantly felt better as body parts continued to loosen and float away. No more just laying on the couch playing useless games. No more late night walks with her sister. Three feet away, Jessica’s face smiled. Her remaining foot connected hard with what she imagined to be his head.

Today’s prompt was inspired by Mondays Finish the Story. We are given the beginning sentence to a story and then left to our own devices to finish the story in 150 words or less. Care to join in on the fun?


15 thoughts on “Coming Apart at the Seams

  1. What a great way to vent your frustrations! With nothing else to hand, just pull your arm off instead. I enjoyed this piece.

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    1. Thank you! It was one of those 5am stories lol


    1. Thank you! The idea came out of nowhere lol

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      1. No-where ideas are the brilliant ones. 🙂

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      2. My muse tends to be most productive at 5am

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  2. A great interesting story ~ I tried to visualise a wandering foot poised for the kick 🙂

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  3. Thats an interesting take on the prompt.. very satisfying indeed.

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  4. That sounds like a wild game. Love this, the last line is great!

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  5. What an imagination…great story!!

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  6. Such a satisfying kick! Very clever take on the prompt. Good job!

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  7. Oh, revenge is sweet but perhaps taken a bit far – great writing.

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  8. I like the realistic simulation! What a very clever idea! I really got a “kick” out of your story! 🙂 Thanks again for writing for the MFtS challenge! Be well…. ^..^

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  9. That’s quite a way to lose your parts.

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