Emotional anomalies

Complex personality.

Of his studies of emotional anomalies only a couple of pages survived; two poor pages debating the unexpected spasm that we, improperly, call ardor.

It was he, himself, who one day set everything on fire with a matchstick.

“People around me are cold” he said brusquely ”there was no thrill left, but mine”.

No surprise, the world welcome the act with a genuine enthusiasm.

In queue (enjoying a sunray)
In queue (enjoying a sunbeam)

MicroFICTION #8

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3 thoughts on “Emotional anomalies

  1. melodylowes February 16, 2013 / 12:42 am

    Very different from your usual, Laura. Interesting…

    • The right mood February 17, 2013 / 9:08 am

      Hi Melody, you’re right. It’s a completely different kind of post. As I wrote at the beginning of this project “Microfiction is a collection of weird actions, characters in precarious balance on the imagination, theories soaked in a noxious environment”.
      After the Haiku overdose, I needed a change! 🙂

      • melodylowes February 18, 2013 / 12:50 am

        Change is good. Stretching our skills by trying new things is even better! 🙂 Bring on that imagination!

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