#SixSunday 36 Forsaking the Prize-Part 6

Ok, where did the week go? No idea? Me either. Not a terribly productive week for me words wise. I usually like to plan my time off but sometimes shite happens and before you know it you’re at Sunday again. LOL Good thing I like Sundays so much. However, you’re not here to listen to me waffle about how time is speeding up. You’re here to read my humble offering for Six Sentence Sunday. So without further ado ….

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“He’s your son, right down to the perfect sweep of hair across his ears. He has our mothers’ dimples. There is no one left to be angry with.”

Leopold raked his hands through his hair. “Damn him. No wonder you wrote what you did.”

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Donna Cummings
9 years ago

Well this is intriguing. I might need for Sundays to get here a little faster so I can find out what’s next! 🙂

Lorraine Paton
9 years ago

Tense situation… Intriguing six. 🙂

Stevie Carroll
9 years ago

Another intriguing six there.

gzidar
9 years ago

Intriguing indeed… it says so much with so few words.

veronicascott
9 years ago

I’m thoroughly intrigued, glad Leopold isn’t trying to deny reality any further. Great six!

Gemma Parkes
9 years ago

I like ‘There is no-one left to be angry with’ that’s a powerful expression!

Sue
Sue
9 years ago

like father like son, can’t be good

Patricia Preston
9 years ago

Obviously, the boy can’t be denied by the father!

Kate Warren
9 years ago

Well she’s being very practical. Hope that works.

Sandra Sookoo
9 years ago

Wonder what he’ll do now.

Carrie Crain
9 years ago

Great job with letting us know the relationship behind their similarities!

Ana
Ana
9 years ago

I’m a bit confused about the writing part. Was that from a previous six?

Taryn Kincaid
9 years ago

Like father, like son, eh? The family dynamics here are absorbing!

Elin Gregory
9 years ago

Lovely description of family likeness. 🙂

SE Gilchrist
9 years ago

Intriguing entry. Now I want to know more about this situation.