A drabble is an extremely short work of fiction exactly one hundred words in length. The purpose of the drabble is brevity and to test the author's ability to express interesting and meaningful ideas in an extremely confined space.
They're also fun to do and test the writers ability to be brief but interesting
Here are a two of my drabbles, composed from prompts on the Gay Flash Fiction Group.
The sounds of the shower wake him. He stays where he is, comfortable and warm, eyes closed, imagination wandering to soapy hands gliding over broad shoulders, flat stomach, down to silken pubes and flaccid cock.
Should he venture there now, run his own hands over the soapy body? Or wait for the time of shaving cream, razor and aftershave? Swift strokes over the loved face, removing morning stubble; then afterwards he can rub his cheek against his loverís and share the scent of leather and spice he loves so much.
His hands ache to touch and he knows the answer.
The days have been long and hot. The summer sun has destroyed most of the garden, burning all but the hardiest of native plants.
Then, autumn came bringing welcome rain, making the winter plants grow. And I watched as new buds arrived.
He will come back now. The seasons have changed and his tour of duty in that foreign land finishes.
The soldier will return to the man he left behind. And we'll pretend our passion doesn't exist, as always. No soldier dare do otherwise than hide what he loves most.
I watch as our winter garden grows. And wait