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Finders Keepers (Friday Fictioneers)

March 16, 2017

They said it come from the sky.

Horseradish! There was no way something that large would come from up there.

Jeremy fumbled for his can only to find it empty when he picked it up. Damn it! He didn’t have no more. He’d had to call the boys.

Pushing on the arms of his lawn chair he hobbled up to the back porch. Buzzing near his ears had him waving his hands around like a loon. But it wasn’t the damned mosquitos.

He looked up. Something silver and grey hung over his head. A light shone down, blinding him.

Huh…

 

 

This is a Friday Fictioneers Prompt

 

word count: 100

 

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21 Comments
  1. Don’t look into the light

  2. Huh, maybe it actually did come from the sky… Nice story.

  3. Ha ha ha. Huh? indeed.

  4. Dear Laurie,

    I love the voice in this. Guess it really did come from the sky.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

  5. Dale permalink

    Yes, I loved this voice too! Huh indeed!

  6. I think this might be a day to remember. Good one.

  7. Guess he became wise too late!

  8. I miss FF. I loved what you wrote.

  9. I love th ending, which immediately encourages you to think of what might be coming next. . .

  10. Very eerie, something strange is going on, he better beware

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