Muffled and muted #MicroFiction

Zara couldn’t have known that the man upstairs was doing anything different.

She heard the same sounds that she’d heard for four months. Her droopy, canine ears couldn’t tell her mistress’ fearful screams from her shrieks of ecstasy.

He’d counted on that.

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43 thoughts on “Muffled and muted #MicroFiction

  1. Would she have pounced on him, had she known? Perhaps. Perhaps not. Canines have an uncanny ability to sense things even before they happen. Or so experience teaches me.
    Anyway, lovely work, as always Micro-Fiction-Master. Keep at it. And Keep it up.

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