Double Trouble – short fiction by MorgEn Bailey

The following piece of flash fiction is from Morgen’s larger short story collection (250 stories), Fifty 5pm Fictions Collection, available in eBook and paperback from Amazon  and Morgen’s online store where you can not only instantly download the collection but also purchase the paperback dedicated to you or as a present! We hope you enjoy this story…

Double Trouble

“She looks lost.”

“She’s not lost.”

“She’s looking around like she’s lost.”

“She’s taking in the scenery.”

“She doesn’t look very…”

“Happy.”

“No.”

“We should speak to her.”

“We should.”

“You might frighten her.”

“No, you might.”

“Why me?”

“You’re bigger.”

“No, I’m not.”

“Are too. She’s coming this way.”

“She’s looking at us.”

“No, she’s not.”

“Schhh.”

“You’re the loud one.”

“And you’re the ugly one.”

“You’re stupid. Loud and stupid.”

“I can change, you’re still ugly.”

“She’s turning away.”

“Where’s she going?”

“She looks lost.”

“She’s not lost.”

“She’s looking around like she’s lost.”

“She’s taking in the scenery.”

“She doesn’t look very…”

“Happy.”

“No.”

“We should speak to her.”

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