Sinful Flash Fiction: Gluttony

Seven days…
Seven deadly sins…

Gluttony

The warning hadn’t been enough.

More, more.

He pushed the cake between his lips, cheeks filled and face red with the need to cram more food into his mouth. Voluminous folds rippled and jiggled as he reached for more spongy goodness from the pile.

He couldn’t help it. He couldn’t stop.

It was so delicious. He licked his fingers, vacuumed every crumb with his mouth and ignored the slow combustion of his heart. They just kept bringing him more.

Then the choking took him. His body dropped as deadweight, eyes stopped.

He’d been warned.

Fairies are tricky things, after all…


This post is part of the Seven Days, Seven Deadly Sins Blog Challenge started by the lovely Lady Antimony of the blog Thoughts, Musings and Broken Promises.

Are your sins this delicious…?

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7 thoughts on “Sinful Flash Fiction: Gluttony”

  1. Loved it! The picture is perfect, your words captured it wonderfully! I've said it before, and I'll say it again, you are a fantastic writer!

    A x

  2. The way you did this sin reminded me of TrueBlood when Sookie is in the Fairy Realm and they keep trying to force her to eat the fruit. Fairies are indeed tricky things. Great job!

  3. Ohh, now I want cake! Delicious. And I love the use of fairies, and that you're an Urban Fantasy writer… I'm going to have to read more of your work.

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