Friday Fictioneers: Swift

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

 

Swift

 

Paul waited until the man he was meant to kill walked into the airport. He had never heard of him before but the woman had given him all the details about her husband. And wired the money to his account. It was his fifth time using the website as an assassin. He had his eye on a nice house by the coast for him and his wife and two little kids.

The man appeared. One swift, well-aimed shot was all it took. The man dropped dead instantly. In the chaos, Paul slipped quietly from the airport and removed his disguise.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Interest In … History

 

 

 

 

 

Interest In … History

 

Sarah came to this 18th century place because of Andrew. She hoped if she showed interest in history, the handsome writing nerd would take her to bed. So far he was busy creating, excitedly telling her a tale about that old iron, imagining it been an iron some woman used to kill her abusive husband in self-defense. She pretended to be interested while she checked out his peachy behind.

I’ve got my own creative tales in my mind Andy.

‘Sarah, maybe we could go for a drink?’, he asked finally.

It’s not bed but it’s a start.

‘Sure.’, she smiled.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Blending In

 

 

 

 

Blending In

 

From the outside it looked like any other house on the street. The home of an avid gardener. It blended in well. As did the woman who lived there. The old lady who walked her dog each day at noon, came back, did some gardening, kept to herself. Had lived there for years.

But the woman inside had no regular story. Occasionally some investigation would appear on television looking for a young lady who had went missing in her twenties years before. Possibly killed. But she was very much alive here among her plants and chilling with her dog.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Monday Sunset

PHOTO PROMPT © Susan Eames

Monday Sunset

 

Sometimes one had to take a trip, forget about the busy routine. Bask in the sun …

Sometimes one had to settle for the next best thing … Gimp. Marc was at his desk  Monday. He slotted himself onto the free-for-use background, searched for the brightness-contrast option. The phone rang. He picked it up,

“Dr. Leonard’s office, how can I help you? … would you like me to put you through to him? … hold one moment please … Hello Keith, Betty Hills is on the line, she thinks she might have piles … ok, I’ll just put her through.’

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Ellie & Pedro

 

 

 

 

Ellie & Pedro

 

Every month Ellie would rush to the post box to see what was the latest news with her adopted donkey Pedro. Pedro lived in the donkey sanctuary a couple of miles away. He had been abandoned by his owner. He was disheveled, had painful pads on his feet and long nails that were causing him lots of pain. Pedro was back to his old self and little Ellie was sponsoring his progress for $10 a year. Each month the sanctuary would send how he was doing and little tokens such as this animated picture of Pedro by a fellow sponsor.

 

(When I seen this prompt, I instantly thought of my own little donkey Lorcan who I have sponsored/adopted and who lives down in The Donkey Sanctuary in Cork, Ireland. I have been a supporter of the sanctuary around ten years now and they do fantastic work so I’d just like to highlight their website here: https://www.thedonkeysanctuary.ie/  and if you wish to adopt/sponsor one of the donkeys which will ensure the continued health and wellbeing of your chosen donkey or well as the other donkeys you can go to: https://www.adoptadonkey.ie/ On this page you can see a photograph of my little Lorcan and all the other donkeys up for sponsorship/adoption.)

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Yellow & Blue

 

 

 

Yellow & Blue

 

She had dreams to get out of this small town, make waves literally in the world. Those yellow and blue flags at the leisure centre always lifted her spirits when energy was low or she felt insecure. She turned the light off and walked to the bus stop. Her head full of the future, tired of the present.

On the bus she looked at the tattoo of a tiny yellow and blue flag on her wrist. She imaged standing on the podium with the Ukrainian flag flying as the anthem played.

Someday I will finally make my parents proud.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Get Away From It All

 

PHOTO PROMPT © Jean L. Hays

 

Get Away From It All

 

Dave liked to get away from it all. Let the smoke inhale, exhale. Releasing the tension. A place to gather his thoughts after a long day at work …

Working for the big man, part of the corporate chain.

How that smug sonofabitch looked down on me each day. With his big suit, his college education from of the big yolks, all that money behind him from Mummy and Daddy …

Today Dave had been fired. Consequently smashed his boss’ head into the table till he was no longer breathing. Dave took another pull on his cigarette, planned his escape from town.

 

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