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100 word fiction: Remembrance

100 word fiction: Remembrance

He stood there looking at their photos in remembrance of the times they spent together. While she was a scalawag of some sort, their friendship hit it off.

Though they did have their fights and arguments where she ended up with a moue of disdain, they laughed it off together at the end of the day.

100 word fiction: Remembrance

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson

Whether it was the fall season or Christmas, they had always spent a lot of time with each other during festive occasions.

100 word fiction: Remembrance

But once she was married, their conversations reduced drastically so much so that he was left wondering on the way life changed.

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

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Moue, Fandango One Word Challenge: Scalawag, Your Word Daily Prompt: Remembrance, Crimson’s Creative Challenge #105, Photo Challenge #340

100 word fiction: Edge of Universe

Edge of Universe

There’s a planet at the edge of the universe not unlike the earth in landscape and atmosphere. But its inhabitants are not.

They are robots who have been programmed to act and respond as per certain scenarios. While they are also programmed to emote like humans, their emotions seem anything but natural. Over the years, the amount of goods consumed on this planet has increased ten times.

There is speculation that the merchandise there is carried across the vast swath of their planet by planes just like on Earth. People remember to label it correctly so that its not lost.

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100 word fiction: First day of summer

100 word fiction:

PHOTO PROMPT © C.E.Ayr

It had been a long and dull winter with a lot many snowstorms day in and day out. He was a perspicacious individual who always liked to be engaged in something or the other. For someone as professionally inclined as him, he had to find unorthodox ways to keep himself occupied.

And so at the first instance of summer, he took out his cycle. While he initially thought of the empty roads, he knew that cycling by the sea hearing the waves hit the shore felt blissful.

But as the rains came suddenly, he ran for cover under the gate.

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

Pandemic woes

Pandemic woes

The pandemic had a serious impact on their business so much so that they were left dumbfounded on what had actually hit them. They were forced to shut shop and the onus was on them to start afresh.

Pandemic woes

What better place to restart than the comforts of their homes in the countryside far away from the maddening crowds. And so they set off on the highway. It was important that they took a break to clear their heads and then planned their next move.

Pandemic woes

The greenery and the fresh air all around provided the necessary peace and calm to think.

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

The walk

The walk

The group which was slowly walking towards the building had synchronized themselves by now. It was a peaceful walk without any malice whatsoever where they just wanted to make their point heard rather than pelt anything around. But in such situations to ensure everything goes smoothly, Master Crime Fighter was always around.

He knew that his presence was enough to make others shiver and do things the right way.

The walk

The authorities had just moved to the new building and were just setting up the furniture when they saw the group and were left wondering on the way they would respond.

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

100 word fiction: Time to leave..

100 word fiction: Time to leave..

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot

The couple had finally decided to leave the city after dilly-dallying for months. While going to a smaller city meant lesser pay, they knew that the benefits outweighed the negatives.

Over the years, they had accumulated many things which had worn out and needed to be thrown away. But now the movers and packers weren’t doing a great job leaving the stuff lying on the road rather than in the bin.

100 word fiction: Time to leave..

They were looking forward to a life far away from the din of city life amidst the forests and next to the lake with the zephyr hitting their faces.

100 word fiction: Time to leave..

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

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Zephyr, Fandango One Word Challenge: Din, Crimson’s Creative Challenge #97, 100 Word Wednesday

100 word fiction: City goes dark

100 word fiction: City goes dark

One by one the lights of the city block winked out, the dark coming ever closer. The cyclone had been barreling towards the city for the last couple of days and now that it was almost on the doorstep, the electricity had been cut off to avoid any unforeseen incidents.

The people had been exhausted as there had been one tragedy after another so much so that their being stuck home felt like being in a cage. While help was on the way, they felt that their lives were in a constant state of flux from one disaster to another.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Exhausted, Fandango One Word Challenge: Cage, Your Daily Word Prompt: Flux, First Line Friday

100 word fiction: Visit to the gift shop

100 word fiction: Visit to the gift shop

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

“You have such good taste when it comes to decorating your house. I love the colours.”

Ann and Jessica had been the best of friends since Ann shifted into the neighbourhood a couple of months ago. While they happened to meet by chance, they hit it off almost immediately with their shared interests in interior designing and fashion.

Ann loved travelling and made sure to collect at least one souvenir from every place she visited. She was also looking for some handmade items to complete the look of her home and Jessica knew the perfect place which would have them.

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

100 word fiction: The house around the corner

100 word fiction: The house around the corner

PHOTO PROMPT © Ted Strutz

“Haven’t you felt eerie around that house?”

“Everytime I pass by the place, I feel a certain sense of dread. While the lights are always on and the gardens manicured quite well, I have never seen anyone around.

“Whoa!” He seemed horror struck.

The two friends had just shifted to the locality and found the things happening in the house quite mysterious.

“The other day I had to pause near the house for some work and I actually felt someone brush past me. But when I looked around, there was no one. It was quite a test of my character.”

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

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Pause, Fandango One Word Challenge: Character, Stream of Consciousness Saturday: Brush

100 word fiction: Crowds

100 word fiction: Crowds

PHOTO PROMPT -Copyright-Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

“Is it important to go to Hollywood studios now?”

“Yeah, I want to know how it feels to be in a crowded place.” Rod looked at me with complete seriousness.

“Honestly, I have had enough of your facetious remarks. I don’t want to vellicate being in a crowded place.”

“Hey you know I was kidding, don’t you? It’s just that am tired of being locked up and am experiencing fernweh. We haven’t been anywhere in a long time and it’s honestly getting frustrating.”

“I can understand how you feel. But we still need to give it a bit more time.

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

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Fernweh, Fandango One Word Challenge: Facetious, Your Daily Word Prompt: Vellicate

 

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