Friday Night Drabble Party!
Hello, Friday, my old friend. I’ve got 100 words again.
In sentences softly creepy, in paragraphs that are something something…
Okay, I couldn’t keep it going. It’s early when I am writing this and coffee hasn’t kicked in yet. But, for you, my brave fans of micro-fiction, it is FRIDAY NIGHT DRABBLE PARRRRRRRTY TIIIIIIIIIMMMME!
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Now, on to the drabble!
Modern City Life
The subway rattled down the tracks while Holston stared at his hands. The other passengers had gotten off at the last few stops, leaving the car empty, a decaying mausoleum of modern city life.
Holston coughed. He didn’t cover his mouth, just watched the droplets of spittle hit the deck of the subway car, adding to the years of grime and gunk.
He wiped at his mouth and the back of his hand came away bloody.
It was too late.
Holston set his hand on his jeans and closed his eyes, ready for the end of the world to begin.
Disclaimer: You can’t take it with you when you die. Whatever it is.
Posted on September 18, 2015, in Friday Night Drabble Party and tagged drabble, fiction, genre, horror, Jake Bible, micro-fiction, science fiction, scifi, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.