Tango

August 21, 2012
By Natasha Dacic BRONZE, Boise, Idaho
Natasha Dacic BRONZE, Boise, Idaho
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She wore a glittered black mask to the masquerade and kept distance. He wore a tuxedo and raced after her. She escaped with a step ahead and flew away to her hide-out. He caught her on his radar and chased her down. Electricity was elegant, sparks were soaring. He seized her arm and drew her close in. She pushed him away and glided underneath his legs. Her tight fit ruby red dress got caught and made a tear. He looked at her and dragged her back. She swiveled her hips and glanced at him. He whispered, “It takes two to tango.”


The author's comments:
Fiction 101= poetry that's written in exactly 101 words!

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