Anke (ankewehner) wrote,
Anke
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Inviting

Originally published at ankewehner.de. You can comment here or there.

Setting: Real world, probably
Genre: Slice of life
Summary: Lonely in a crowd.
Notes: Combines prompts by Ellen Million, Becky Allen, and Herm Baskerville
Words: 100

We milled around after school, the usual, me at the edge of the group, laughing sometimes so I could pretend to be part of the conversation, Indigo at the centre.

Rhea suggested an outing, but Indigo took over coordinating. No-one minded; everyone liked Indigo. She had a way of smiling at you that made you feel like she really cared.

Just as I was about to leave, she caught my eye. “Kim! I keep forgetting to ask why you never show up.”

I was dumbstruck, but eventually came up with, “I’ll be there tonight.”

I’d just never felt invited.

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Tags: drabbles, kim, slice of life
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