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100 word fiction – The garage that was..


Copyright – Claire Fuller

“I spent my life in this garage repairing cars from the Toyota’s to the Rolls Royce’s. People of all kinds flocked here because of my quality of service and on-time delivery.”

Mathew looked on and reminisced the days gone by. But as soon as his thoughts came back to the present, his happiness gave away to anger. He had kept this business going on the basis of hard-work and honesty.

But his son who was far away from such ideals had spent all the hard earned money and even sold off the garage to fund his drugs, drinks and girls.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read other entries here.

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  1. Wow, this is so powerful! Poor father and it seems as if he is bitter about his situation – as well as he should be. Good story! Nan 🙂

    • aseemrastogi2

      Thanks Nan. Yeah, the father built the business brick by brick but his son sadly brought its downfall in no time. Someone has correctly said that it may take a lot of time to travel up but to come down, it happens so quickly that you can’t even keep track.

  2. How very sad! Some people take things for granted.

    • aseemrastogi2

      And when they realize that there’s nothing left of their past, it’s too late to correct things. Guess, it’s quite true regarding so many of our daily lives too.

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