Commitment

Stella looked beautiful in the red dress, as she glanced at the mirror, one last time before leaving. Her father’s eyes fell on her be-jewelled hand.

“Don’t you think you need more space, if David proposes?”

“No, Dad! These are gifted by people with different talents, and are all important to me.  David needs to create a unique slot for himself, if he proposes today.”

Her father’s thoughts moved back to his deceased wife, whose ring could not be removed by the coroner. Either it was rigor mortis, or her undying love for him.

The world had clearly changed.

(99 words)

 

Inspired by Flash Fiction Challenge at Carrot Ranch Communications by Charli Mills

April 13: Flash Fiction Challenge

Pic: lovethispic.com

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