The Psychiatrist (4 of 6: rain maker)
“I’m a rain maker!” the patient screams.
“I could have used your talents, earlier,” the psychiatrist says.
He smiles, directing the nurse to give the man something to calm him down.
The nurse’s smile is warmer than it should be.
His frown drives her away.
He will punish her later.
This is the eighth in the series of Humpbuckle Tales. Each story is precisely 50 words long. They are meant to be independent stories, but if you read them all you will find each one adds a little bit more colour to the overall picture – there is a bigger story that is being told.
This story was first published on my Hive blog (@felt.buzz) and you can find all the stories on the @humbuckletales Hive account – at the time of posting this I have just published the 14th Humpbuckle Tale there. On Hive I publish 12 stories per week (Monday to Saturday one story per day and then six 50-word stories in one post on a Sunday).
If you prefer the drip drip drip approach keep coming back here for one 50-word tale every day!
I plan to post an author reading of the first 10 stories. It will be available here, on youtube, as a podcast and on Hive. If all goes well I plan to post author readings of 12 episodes at a time every other Monday.
Thanks for reading!