Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #113

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Welcome to “Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge.”

The painting below is by Edward Hopper.For the visually challenged writer, the painting shows a woman sitting at a table in a restaurant or diner. A man is sitting at an adjacent table and seems to be staring at her.

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He thought he knew her, she seemed familiar. But he couldn’t remember if he had actually met her or had seen her somewhere before.

As the waiter served her afternoon tea, he caught his eye. “Do you know who this lady is? ” He asked in an undertone.

“No sir, she is new here”, replied the man as he hurried away.

Meanwhile, the woman was joined by someone. And Jarred immediately knew him.

He quickly left some money on the table and walked away. It wasn’t safe for him to be seen by this man.

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