Homecoming

143 02 February 14th 2016

After I tried living in that stinky city fogged with asthma-inducing smoke for two long years, I am finally back to my bucolic peaceful home.

I regret leaving, because apparently no one noticed that I left, no one knew why I left.

No one was able to figure out how I successfully chopped her into pieces, and how  I intricately buried her lovely doll-like parts around that rhino-ranch.

I thought that would be my shining moment! But it wasn’t!

In fact, her endearing lovely head remained lost. Well, I still have them, preserved in the best way that I could.

I am not back to give it back, though.

I am back because it’s time to look for her companion.

I hope this time my great skills will be known!

Word count: 130

©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved.

Photo credit: Sunday Photo Fiction


In response to Sunday Photo Fiction for February 14, 2016.

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly writing challenge hosted by Alastair Forbes where a photo is used as a prompt for a piece of fiction using around 200 words. The piece doesn’t have to center around exactly what the photo is, it can be just used as a basis for a story.

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60 thoughts on “Homecoming

      1. Yes! I liked it a lot! I was actually surprised when I learned that it was her! (Because I have never read a Harry Potter novel or even watch a film. HEHE)
        But it is really gross yet great! She is a gifted writer, indeed!

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      2. YAY! I know it was good. It won’t get that kind of fandom it wasn’t. It’s just I am afraid my imagination won’t be fit for the book. 😀 I mentioned it to you how my imagination isn’t too wide that is why I am no fond of magical tales. Your Shayari tales are actually my first ‘try’ in reading magical fiction. 🙂

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  1. Oh a creepy story. You think he’s only a normal guy happy to move into the country away from the city smog but he has a secret — his wife’s chopped up body that he buries in his yard. I want to say to his wife’s lover — look out. He and the wife did a bad thing but he does t deserve to die! Great job Rosema. Goosies!

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      1. HAHAHAA! I love that, Fun! 😀 I agree! 😀 😀 😀
        P.S.
        I am excited to see your take on these prompts. 🙂 You do Sunday Photo Fiction too, right? As well as the prompt of PJ! 😀
        P.S. Part 2
        No pressure! 😀 :-*

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