It’s time for Friday Fictioneers. Friday Fictioneers is a weekly writing link-up where writers compose a 100-word story based on a photo prompt. Rochelle Wisoff-Fields is our generous host and also supplied this week’s photo. Thanks, Rochelle.
I’ll admit I’m spending way too much time under fluorescent lights.
Feel free to write you own story. Here are instructions.
Genre: Fiction (100 words)
The alternating ceiling panels and fluorescent rectangles lit from above like an ice-cube tray, only she felt hot and confined. Surrounding rows of co-workers blurred into muffled voices and distorted shapes. Looking up, her circular vision came into focus; a ceiling panel shifted. She saw it. It had come apart, but now it was whole again.
Upon returning to her apartment, she opened her door to shards of glass glittered on her tile floor. High in the ceiling, a light fixture had broken with tattered wiring all that remained. For proof, she held a piece of glass in her palm.
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