When death comes, where will you be?

Friday Fictioneer!

Every week the participants write a story of about 100 words relating to the photo prompt provided by Rochelle. This week’s prompt has been donated by Dale Rogerson.

She never expected her son to come. He said he was going to the ‘End Of The World’ party. So, he will be in Mexico while she dies here alone when the sun burns everything up. She was tired of watching the news. All of them showed a timer which was coming close to zero. The neighbours are hysterically running away. Where will they go? It’s the END.

She took the armchair out and decided she will sit here till the end, gazing at the growing sun.

A car stopped at front. A familiar face came out.

“Mom! Let’s start the party!”

(100 words)

Inspired by an Australian movie, don’t remember the name though.


Shining through the clouds

I love when it rains heavily still you can see the sun, even for a little while.

It was a long time back when I took this picture. But when I saw this prompt, I felt that the sun peeking through the clouds, with the water drops dripping from the railing is a good match.