I Dreamed About You

The beautiful student shimmied in to the professor’s office.  He closed and locked the door behind her.  “I dreamed about having sex with you and burying you.”  She couldn’t escape his chloroform handkerchief.


(for the Trifecta Trifextra 33 word weekend challenge–a horror story with certain key words not allowed.  Thank goodness they didn’t exclude sex; that would be a real horror story.  Thanks to Lifetime Movie Network for the inspiration.  Yeah I know, I should be watching boxing or something; maybe I have “Low-T”; big whoop, wanta fight about it?)

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19 Responses to I Dreamed About You

  1. Eeek! This is actually one of my fears about being alone with strangers, so it made me shiver a little.

  2. Very Mary Higgins Clark. Don’t judge. I read her a lot in college, when I slept less. 🙂

    • Hey, you know what? It’d be nice to write something “timeless” some day, but I’d trade “Joe I’ve-never-heard-of-him’s” Pulitzer Prize for MHC’s 80 million+ book sales and, no doubt, cushy lifestyle any day of the week.

  3. The lock of the door is so final. It really seals her fate.

  4. Scary because it could so easily happen. Nice job!

  5. Sandra says:

    Dark! There’s nothing nice about the smell of chloroform, especially when it’s not in a laboratory.

  6. This SCARED me! I can see this happening. *shudder* Well done!

  7. Pingback: And a big thank you to Nomadic Angel! « butimbeautiful

  8. Hey Trailer, I never can think of Flash Fiction for your blog so in revenge I’ve nominated you for an award which you probably already have! Happy blogging – and if you want to accept the award, please go to http://butimbeautiful.wordpress.com/2012/04/02/and-a-big-thank-you-to-nomadic-angel/ for the Rules, the picture and all that jazz.

  9. Thanks so much for linking up with Trifecta this week. Hope to see you back on Monday (10 am Eastern) for the new prompt and some exciting news about the changes Trifecta is making to spread the word about our writing community.

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