Micro Monday: “Sin”

In retrospect, he wondered if he had made some kind of mistake in doing it. There were nights when his mind would turn over every possible consequence, anything that might come back on him for what he had done.

But in the end, nothing did.

Gradually, the waking nightmares went away, and the nocturnal ones – well, they were never really there to begin with. Pretty soon he was fine again, going through each day as if nothing had happened.

Which was the worst thing that could have happened.

Because soon he started to think: I should do it again.

Every Monday for as long as I remember and don’t burn out, I’ll be posting a micro-fiction of 100 words or less. Anyone who decides to join the party should drop me a line to get linkage to your efforts.

Other Micro Monday writers:
Pete Lit (inadvertent founder)

Listening:
Baby, fix me one more drink, and hug your daddy one more time
Baby, fix me one more drink, and hug your daddy one more time
Keep on stirrin’ my malted milk mama, until I change my mind

(via iPod Shuffle)

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