Face to Face (100-word challenge)

On a very cold day even for the mountains—as I begrudgingly but meditatively thithed and threw, thithed and threw the three-foot-high snow from my desired path with my sharp steel shovel—a leopard attacked me from the back and turned me to face him.

I named him Boyoh and when I made eyes with him I knew I was in love. That meant, probably, that I was a little more isolated than I should have been. Any case, it must have been meant to be since Boyoh relented and settled with me, beneath the surface, aiding my survival and life forever.


3 Responses to “Face to Face (100-word challenge)”

  1. really above-average literature; but still connecting. 🙂
    Care to check a below-average literature of mine?


    • You posted on my blog that your literature is below average. Based on “Tonight, You are Mine,” I disagree.

      I think your story is funny, conveys a spectrum of feeling and interpersonal dynamics, and I like your voice.

      “Not-so-chiseled-skeletal-kinda-boy!” I think that’s a nugget of brilliance. Keep at it!

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