Thank you to everybody who took the time to read, like or comment on my debut Friday Fictioneers story last week. It’s now time for another! The challenge is to write a 100-word story or poem based on a weekly photo prompt chosen by our host Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Check out her blog for more information by clicking here if you want to get involved. I wrote two this week and it was really difficult to choose between them. I am sure the one that lost out will have its day in the sun eventually. You can never have too many stories!
PHOTO PROMPT – © Ted Strutz
“Fucking pansy!” He shouted as his fist connected with my stomach, doubling me over. Hands held me in place as I stared into the porcelain abyss . I heard the chain being pulled then nothing but the roar of rushing water and muffled laughter.
“Better get used to being on your knees in a public toilet you fucking pansy.” He taunted, dumping out the contents of my rucksack.
I got home to find dad engrossed in another one of his repurposing projects.
“I thought we could use this old toilet as a planter.” He said excitedly. “What should we grow?”