Long Gone

Genre: Tragedy

100 words

 

 

PHOTO PROMPT -Copyright-Roger Bultot

 

Long Gone

 

We came back again. The van is still aged. The weeds intertwining with its machinery.

This wasn’t how we left it.

Have we aged too?

No.

We just can’t move on.

The damage to the side of the truck is still there. The crash, it killed us. So why can’t we move on?

Because we want our baby girl who’s not here with us, her mom and dad…..It must mean that she didn’t die like us.

When we find her, we can be at peace, and once more be a family.

We walk away defeated.

Tomorrow we try again.

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100 word Flash-Fiction over at Friday Fictioneers… here to view site & prompt. PHOTO PROMPT -Copyright-Roger Bultot

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Long Gone

    1. Hi 🙂 Is it growing folliage like in the little photo! 😉 Good job you made it through the crash – it’s not your time to go.

      I’m still in hospital, everyones asleep but I just had to write a couple of story’s!! 😀 I’ll be paying for it in the morning! 😀

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        1. Hi Claudia 🙂 I’m in the recovery stage now, leaving Tuesday, recuperating, then getting back on my feet! Hey-ho!! 😀 You are so right about the lapop and writing, it’s like an addiction almost, lol!… The night in here I wrote the 2 stories was a surprise, but it had to be done – the moment siezed me! 😀 I’m doing okay and Thank you for asking 🙂

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    1. Hi Sun 🙂 It is a sad tale and they are so despararte to find their little daughter, they are in Limbo, but their child survived and is living with a real life family… Theyr’ll always keep searching. On a happier note! I am glad you enjoyed it 🙂

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