Friday, January 2, 2015

Friday Flash Fiction

Jake rested his head on David’s shoulder and heaved a deep sigh. “It’s over.”
He felt David’s face move into a smile against the top of his head. “Yes, it is.”
“Tell me again why we agreed to host the New Year’s party this time?”
“Because you were drunk off your ass and didn’t realise how much work went into organizing a party this big.”
Jake lifted his head and glared at his lover. “You could have stopped me.”
David cupped his cheek and a cheeky twinkle gleamed in his eyes. “I wanted you to learn your lesson. No more parties.”

Jake sighed again. “Agreed. We’re getting too old for this crap.” He placed his head back on David’s shoulder and darkness descended as sleep claimed him.

Ok, it was a little longer than 100 words. Oh well. Hope you enjoyed!
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