A Love Affair – Mondays Finish the Story and Wordle #77

© 2015, Marcy B. Ayanian

© 2015, Marcy B. Ayanian

Finish the story begins with: “As her mount shifted uneasily under her, she grasped the brim of her old felt Stetson, gazed upwards and remembered Jean Pierre.”

She was groping for the words which would express what she thought. She closed her eyes, hazel in colour and thought of him. Ah, memories like some classical texts were adapted for apothegms and imagery. They used to walk along the Champs-Elysees, his arm draped around her shoulders as she sidled up to him. The prism of the Louvre made her thought of their arguments and at the same time the potency of their affair. Like leopards in the cage, they’ve got to be released. It was getting too complicated, thus, a mutual decision to end the affair that was.


For: Mondays Finish the Story and Wordle #77



  1. Sonya · September 7, 2015

    Good job combining the challenges!

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  2. babso2you · September 7, 2015

    Another great combo of two challenges LadyLee! Thank you for participating in the Mondays Finish the Story challenge. Be well… ^..^

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Priceless Joy · September 7, 2015

    Great combination of two prompts!

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  4. Yolanda Renee · September 7, 2015

    Love the way you do that! Nicely done!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Bastet · September 16, 2015

    Nice use of the wordle … and alas, everything has it’s natural course and then must end.

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