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 Category:  Humor Fiction
  Posted: January 20, 2021      Views: 40

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DOUG JACQUIER 
I live in Yankalilla, South Australia. I'm a husband, father and grandfather, an avid cook, vegetable gardener and incurable punster, as well as an occasional stand-up comedian. I've had over 30 jobs (including rock band roadie) and have live - more...

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Phoebe's final conversation with Spike.
"Spike's final resting place" by Doug Jacquier

As Phoebe drove home with her husband, Spike, strapped into the passenger seat, she decided it was time for him to hear some home truths.
'Spike, in all our married years, never once did you praise anything I did or nourish me when it mattered. Far from putting me on a pedestal, you never missed an opportunity to put down my 'stupidity'.'
Silence.
Phoebe arrived home, unstrapped Spike's urn and removed the lid. She emptied his ashes into the instant-mix concrete slurry and completed her path to the front gate.
'You can look up to me now, Spike. Every day.'

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Write a story of 100 words. not including the title. Any subject accepted. Must be exactly 100 words.
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