Friday Fictioneers: THE TRESPASSERS

In case you think this story is familiar, it is, as is the photo prompt. A blast from the past. Thanks again, Randy and Rochelle. Here is a link to the other stories prompted by this photo, some new and some old, like mine… Friday Fictioneers



THE TRESPASSERS… A Drabble for FriFic

“This place looks creepy, do you think it’s safe?”
“Of course, no one’s here but us.  I think there’s an opening around the side somewhere.”
“Perry, it’s dark in here.”
“Don’t be such a baby, Rene, you still want to do it don’t you?”
“Yeah, I guess, but it’s gross in here.”
“Look there’s a mattress!”
“Yeah, that’s real romantic, along with the needles and used rubbers.”
“It’s not so bad.  Wait!  Did you hear that?”
“It snarled, like a dog. I’m scared!”
“No, more like a wolf. It’s getting close!”
Now, you are probably wondering about the ending of that story.  It is a followup to the story I wrote last week… INVITATION TO A RIDE… after I had received this in the mail…
I promised a full report… I boarded the MV…

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7 responses

  1. So her virtue is saved by a mythical hound? There could be worse things.

  2. Oy… such a romantic, isn’t he?

  3. Dear Ted,

    Not exactly the best way to woo a woman. I’d be outta there. Nice to revisit the oldies, isn’t it?



  4. The icky mattress, needles and other detritus would have totally put me off—never mind the snarling dogs. Outta there!

  5. That has to be the worst place in the world for romance. Then there’s the crazed dog. It makes a good story though. Well done, Ted. 🙂 — Suzanne

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