July 9, 2015

Other Side

Bathers, 1950 by George Tooker
courtesy - magpietales
As she waited for her turn in the shower, a silhouette caught her attention. Although the glimpse was short but she was sure.
Not very long ago lost, hungry, thirsty, and tired she longed for a messiah while entering the dark tunnel.

 Halfway through someone pulled her to one side; instead of panic calmness enveloped her as she realized a car zooming away.
PHOTO PROMPT © Stephen Baum
courtesy - PHOTO PROMPT © Stephen Baum
Together they stepped into the bright world where he gifted her new lease of life while giving up his freedom as they handcuffed him.

He entered her life the wrong way but departed with a right impression.

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  1. Dear Ira,

    Interesting interweaving of prompts.



  2. Hmmmm, certainly an interesting encounter.

  3. What a clever way to weave the prompts.. love it for sure.

  4. Hmm. Even the bad guy had a bit of goodness in his heart, I guess. I wonder if he was the silhouette she saw.

    Leo @ I Rhyme Without Reason

  5. That was a delight to read Ira..


  6. thanks for stopping by on my blog, i like the way you ended the multi-prompt story


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