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Friday, June 19, 2015

FF: Right Here


Fate brought him there again after 30 years. Everything looks the same.

The same room, same walkway. He could hear her voice ringing in his ears. Her laughter that echoed all over this magnificent room.

This palace that he built specially for her.

Only he knows the secret, the dark secret that this palace has.

He looks up the ceiling to see this beautifully carved chandelier, and immediately steps away from it.

For, 30 years back, right beneath this floor, he killed and buried her right under this chandelier in this very room

This post was written for Friday Fictioneers at Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

20 comments:

  1. What on earth did she do to deserve such a fate? I suppose he's afraid to sell the place instead his secret is discovered.

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  2. strange he could manage to hear her laughter??

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  3. Well, this wasn't this kind of memory or reunion I had anticipated!

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  4. why did he have to come back? i think i know. deep inside, he wanted to be caught.

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  5. Dear Dee Dee

    I have to wonder why he'd return to the scene of his crime. Intriguing.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  6. Lizzy, he ran off from this place, fate got him her back. too afraid to sell the place.

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  7. I B arora, he had got her here to show this palace he built for her, she was happy to be with the man she loved,but he was so enraged that she confronted him about his affairs that he had to kill her, he deceived her

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  8. Lorna, not all reunions are happy

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  9. Plaridel, it might be karma, what goes around comes around. He had to come back ones to close the circle of life

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  10. Rochelle, Why he came back was fate. It got him here back. on some pretext, he had to finish what he started

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  11. Grisly, but maybe it was the better alternative? Nice story!

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  12. They always return to the scene of the crime, and he heard her laughter, because she was about to get her revenge! :)

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  13. That is a nice way to look at it Yolanda, Thanks for this side of the insight :-)

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  14. Well, he didn't play fair. If she was laughing and happy - why did he kill her and bury her there? I just don't understand men sometimes! Nan

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  15. So the guilty party returns to the scene of the crime. I guess no one guessed. Well done, Dee Dee. :) --- Suzanne

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  16. P S Joshi, yes, they return always

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