Last Round

Last Round

A Story by Chopstix
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Lamenting the end of an era in 55 words

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"Place is quiet," Martha observed surveying George's Bar and Grill a hour before it closed for good.

"'Missed our singing contest," George said.

"Anything special?"

"Mostly rowdy newbs missing high notes.  Alice won."

"Nice voice, that Alice."

"True.  So, whadchya gonna do?"

"There are other bars.  Yourself?"

"Whadchya think?"

"Last call?'"

"Last round! On me!"

© 2017 Chopstix



Author's Note

Chopstix
55 word story for contest. Must be exactly 55 words. Strict word count rules.

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Chopstix
Chopstix

Los Angeles, CA



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In high school, I wrote lyrics. I started college writing poems and switched to short stories. After college, I discovered I could write computer programs, but I could not finish a novel (kept editi.. more..

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