Kazuo Ishiguro & A Pair Of Sharks

(Photo Credit: Michelle DeAngelis)

“Never Let Me Go” whispered Naomi as Kok Jeen wrapped his hands around her slender waist in a tight embrace.

“Kazuo Ishiguro” murmured Kok Jeen.

“What?” Naomi’s face assumed a perplexed look even though Kok Jeen could not view it.

“Ishiguro is the Nobel Prize winning author of the epic titled “Never Let Me Go”. Being Japanese i would have expected you to know this.” There was an innocent taunt to Kok Jeen’s allegation.

”Doesn’t mean every Japanese should know him” Naomi retorted with mock anger.

“Coming back to matters serious, what are we going to do about your husband?” Kok Jeen queried.

With a viciously sly grin, Naomi replied, ‘He’ll swim with the sharks!” It was his turn to look bewildered. At that precise moment, a man in the speedboat snipped a rope and the parasailing man floated down in indescribable horror towards two entangled humans and a pair of circling sharks.

(WORD COUNT: 153)

This story has been written as part of the FLASH FICTION FOR ASPIRING WRITERS – FFfAW Challenge #183, more details about which may be found HERE

For reading similar entries submitted in response to the FFfAW Challenge #183, please click HERE

The photo credit is due to Michelle DeAngelis. Thanks!

 

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