Which Way to Sorry.

I breathe the choices in deep, hoping my soul will weigh in on the answer.  It doesn’t.

Stay or leave?

The question chases itself in circles, leaving me dizzy and nauseous.

Then the sting of being wrong passes.

I stay. Like always.

Jimmie G.



15 thoughts on “Which Way to Sorry.”

  1. Oh, the sense of despondency in that last line. This is really great, Jimmie. I loved it. Thanks for linking it up.


    1. This is a really powerful tool in microfiction, I think. Make the title count, without using it to sneak in a few extra words. A good title can put a very deliberate spin on your story.


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