Unfaithfully Yours

Running away together had not been an easy decision, but they didn’t have a choice. His wife had started suspecting them, and their life could be destroyed any day now.

But right now, he was waiting for her, alone, with the suitcase. Maybe she too had abandoned him, left him stranded, like that suitcase.

His eyes teared up as his thoughts turned dark with despair. But then, someone patted him on the back. He turned swiftly.

“Let’s go,” she said breezily, “Hope you’ve checked the suitcase again. All the money from our last robbery is in there, right Dad?”


99 words.

Written in response to the Carrot Ranch Literary Community Flash Fiction challenge  hosted by Charli Mills. Charli’s prompt this week was:

July 26, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about what happens next to a stranded suitcase. Go where the prompt leads you, but consider the different perspectives you can take to tell the tale.

About anuragbakhshi

At the age of 40, I decided to exit the corporate world, and enter the world of stories as a full-time writer. Wish me luck!
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18 Responses to Unfaithfully Yours

  1. Rupali says:

    Wonderful take.

  2. draliman says:

    It’s almost a family business! Shame the wife’s not on board.

  3. calmkate says:

    lol great twist, love it!

  4. susansleggs says:

    I agree with Kate. Great twist.

  5. Yep, don’t see that coming.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Wow! Loved the twist, sir!

  7. Pingback: Stranded Suitcase « Carrot Ranch Literary Community

  8. Charli Mills says:

    You twisted multiple expectations, Anurag! I actually felt more empathy for him as I realized it was his daughter he was hoping would show up and I thought, aw, how sweet — father-daughter robbers!

  9. Chet says:

    This game has really good graphics and fun gameplay.

  10. Nora says:

    На этот раз сайт с VST плагинами для создания музыки.

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