Take a Letter Mister Chickie, flash fiction by Jim Meirose.
Jim Meirose’s short work has appeared in numerous venues. His published books include Understanding Franklin Thompson (JEF pubs (2018)), Sunday Dinner With Father Dwyer(Scarlet Leaf Press (2018)), and Le Overgivers au Club de la Résurrection (Adelaide Books (2018)). www.jimmeirose.com.
Ready and set and all Mister Chickie? Okay, here goes. No. These, no no, would be no no no no, not difficult to see from space yes; there since, no no no no no no no, astronauts are in orbit at all-all-all not at-all at this time, but that’s no, no, not yes but no, will be more yes severe cripple to us since these are mainly plain items, mere fluff and nonsense, brace, and worthless as weapons of war. These are the, brace, kind of symbolic small baubles handed out at glitzy, brace to push past if, management events held at bright shiny expensive resorts mainly also no-no-no-no-not on beaches. There are more. The existence of these items no-no-no-no-not on beaches on land mainly beaches won’t ever yes ever no not no yes please but don’t do, mainly speaks to upholding a culture-wide sense of camaraderie palm trees and a resultant false primary feeling of funny-funny fun-fun pseudo-psycho-based morale. Or halt maybe it might be—yes, we meant morality. Erase that last, Mister Chickie. Wilt thou please? Thanky-thankie. Bop.
© Jim Meirose