Flash Fiction – Mind

The word is mind. The word limit is 100.

Leonard had waited a full year for his sophomore school visit to the area brain bank. He was, in nontechnical terms, a nerd. His love of science, psychology and the inner workings of the mind had earned him glossy nicknames from his schoolmates when year after year he won the ubiquitous first prize in the science fair.

Leonard had plans. He had his smart phone concealed in his vest pocket to snap pictures.

The brains were all suspended in saline or formaldehyde and had electrodes embedded in them.

He saw it. A human nose growing from one. At last.

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