Jane Jago’s Daily Drabble – Three Hundred and Sixty

He broke her heart when she was seventeen, and crowed about it in the pub until her brother broke his nose.

Ten years later he sent her a Facebook friend request. She ignored him, so he posted ten-year-old pictures of her naked body alongside a pretty crude dismissal of her performance in bed.

But he was a fool, because she unearthed the poem she wrote the day after he left her. It went viral, as every teenage girl in the world downloaded a copy for her bedroom wall.

And him?

Oh, nobody noticed him, except as a deceiver.

©jj 2019

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