Again, thank you for those who participated in the contest. Here are a few more entries…
They are not in any special order.
They are just interesting and I felt worthy of sharing.
She loved him and he loved her, but it wasn’t that simple
One Line Entry: There was their respective spouses to consider, plus the added complication of their wheelchairs.
By Tony Milligan
One Line Entry: Everyone felt as though robots were glorified metal maids, but Ric-7 felt love and he was the first one to do so.
By A. M. Hounchell
One Line Entry: Her strict, racist father would rather see her dead than married to a boy like him: poor, black, and with nothing to show for himself, but the love for a beautiful girl and a dying dream of showing everyone that he could be more than what this cruel society had fated for him.
By Gwendolyn Bunnewith
One Line Entry: Because he failed to realize that her hobbies included getting surgery every year and making elderberry wine spiked with more than a little arsenic, and she didn’t know that his funds manager was secretly siphoning off interest payments and having a sordid affair with her terribly attractive twin sisters.
By: LindaAnn LoSchiavo