Caverns of Disbelief

Even if you prove me wrong, I’ll never agree with you

Welcome to Wednesday’s flash fiction wherein I write as part of a group based on the same short prompt and post them. Here’s my contribution.

Dripping water kept the time as we sat across from each other. I could’ve run a pull down her back. “Relax,” I said breaking the quiet. “You’re making me nervous.”

She scowled, inching toward the cave entrance. “We shouldn’t be here. It nests here.”

I rolled my eyes leaning back against the stone wall. It was pleasantly warm. Surprisingly. “You won’t scare me with your myths.”

“It’s not a myth. The creatures…”

I raised my hand cutting off her flow before it began. “Even if you prove me wrong, I’ll never agree with you.” Dragons were pure myth. Weren’t they?

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