Day 6 Prompt – Time After Time

He glanced at his watch impatiently waiting for it to do something. He tapped it with his fingernail and put it up to his ear. No tick. And what were these strange blocky numbers all about? Where were the hands?

Time travel is for the birds, he thought.

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22 comments on “Day 6 Prompt – Time After Time

  1. Reblogged this on Get on my plate! and commented:

    Day 6 Prompt – Start your story with: “He glanced at his watch impatiently…”

  2. short and sweet, really good, 🙂

  3. I love your pithy stories! Well done 🙂

  4. Straight to the point and so fun. love it!

  5. I like it! Micro-fiction – I’m learning new things every day…

  6. Nicely done! By day 30 you’ll have it down to a sentence!

  7. So much said with so few word! Genius!

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