Satisfaction

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PHOTO PROMPT © Madison Woods

A thorny fence, not the traditional place for a romantic rendezvous, but this particular one marked a place with special meaning to Sandra.

She gazed up beyond his rugged face at the beautiful azure sky and felt a certain contentment.

Happiness, the best form of revenge.

Tom, tall, broad and rugged: the archetypal farmer.  So different from her deceitful, unprincipled, businessman husband.  What would he say if he knew?

She stifled a giggle as the thought entered her head; cold, dead, cheating husband deep beneath her and current, hot, devoted lover above her.

Her smile was one of deep satisfaction.

Written for Friday Fictioneers – a 100 words story based on a photo prompt. Hosted by Rochelle. Read the other entries here

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29 thoughts on “Satisfaction

  1. IfeomaO says:

    Women who…actually we don’t know if she killed him, but she sure as hell knows who did. Loved the way you phrased the lines towards the end. Well done.

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  2. Lynn Love says:

    Wow! She’s painted in the depest hues – black through and through. Wonder if the lover knows where they are, whose company they keep? Great, Gothic stuff with a hint of Noir and Femme Fatale

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