She walked with a mysterious bounce

Helena walked with a mysterious bounce of her well-padded rear. The only difference between this story and its classic parallel was that there was no Paris around to watch…

– Niebla

This contemporary short rendering of the attraction that may have resulted in the Iliad shows how the whole tragedy of Troy could have been avoided.

Written to incorporate three words from 3WW LXXX – parallel, bounce, mysterious.

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About niebla

I wish to remain clear of details. My words shall lift the veil.
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4 Responses to She walked with a mysterious bounce

  1. whypaisley says:

    that was extremely clever…

  2. niebla says:

    Thanks for visiting and commenting, whypaisley.

    Your story for this prompt was extremely clever as well!

  3. pieceofpie says:

    enjoyable short… it kinda reminds me of marilyn monroe in that 1953 movie niagara…where she walks in that red dress…

  4. niebla says:

    Yes, I did have someone like Marilyn Monroe in mind, or, more up-to-date, Monica Bellucci.

    I dimly remember seeing Niagara a long time ago.

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