Here is another of those two-sentence stories with poetry added. I’m thinking of them as “Minuscule” and quick to read.
Read the first Minuscule, the explanation of why I wrote it and got started on this idea, and search under the category Minuscule for others in the series.
And now – all the Minuscule stories have been made into a print book – each story with a pen and ink illustration. Click to see Minuscule on Amazon.
I laid my plans and when the day came, that life-changing Tuesday, I was ready: I arrived early, cleared out the office of the twerp next to me, set up my things, and when he came in I fired him, liked the feeling, wiped out two more sloppy workers at lunchtime, intimidated the boss into early retirement after naming me as his successor, and then I adjusted the payroll to give me five paychecks plus a cut of company revenues, a chauffeured car, and free lunch.
Nobody could believe the transformation of the office’s dumb blonde with the big chest (all natural, by the way, just another thing I do well), but I’ll tell you one thing everyone knows: there will be no leers coming my way at the company picnic this year.
please do not
nothing stops the quick-witted
small and dangerous