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Friday’s 100-Word Story Challenge #9

Every Friday I plan to post a prompt that will encourage you to write a 100-word story.

The inspiration for your story each week will be a black and white photo (taken from Pixabay). Your challenge is to write a story of exactly 100-words inspired by that picture.

If you would like to share your story then simply add it into the comments section below

Have fun and I look forward to reading your stories.

Mike

Categories: 100-Word Stories Friday's 100-Word Story Challenge Micro Fiction Writing Ideas and Prompts

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Mike

A writer of short stories.

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  1. Only five minutes left. Midas hesitated. It hadn’t been the best experience so far but could he just change these to gold? Should he? More gold for his coffers that is what he wanted more than anything. It would make him the most powerful ruler? Yes he would do it……………

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  2. She knew he’d be late; he was always late. He had no concept of time but lost in his own world most of the time. She tapped her foot impatiently, looking at her watch. But there he was, smiling brightly at her. Taking her in his arms and swinging her around. He kissed her thoroughly and her heart felt light. She was breathless again. She opened her eyes and saw his clear blue eyes flashing back with mischief. Lord how she loved him. He filled her senses with such awe. She smiled, taking his hand. Time isn’t money. Love is.

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  3. They emptied the box onto the sand.

    “A load of coins and a watch. Waste of time! I said the old bloke had nothing worth pinching.”

    “Don’t be hasty,” said Jimmy,”We might get something for the watch. It looks old.”

    As Jimmy knelt down and picked up the pocket watch it started to glow.

    When the police returned a box of coins and a watch to Mr Sykes he confirmed it was his. As he tucked the watch into his waistcoat pocket they informed him the boys who’d robbed him had been found dead on the beach. He smiled.

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