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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

FFAW: Wrong Drive

PC: Yinglan
Roger, chestnut hair, twinkly brown eyes, dimpled with a ready smile on his face. This 16 year old was the heartthrob of the school. Medium built; good at sports and academics.

Roger, was the captain of the football team, and had won several tournaments across the county.


Now, he sits in the audience area on a wheelchair, paralyzed with only his senses active. He feels the adrenaline on the field, he hears the boys scream, and he sees a missed goal. And he regrets that night, when he was drinking and driving to prove that he is cool

This post is written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

10 comments:

  1. Great story. Very tragic and like the way you included what his still active senses could feel, showing how much he missed and regretted.

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    1. :) this might have happened to some one somewhere..poor kid
      Thanks for dropping by iainthekid :)

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    1. Absolutely..but it was his doing..i was a rash driver
      Thanks for dropping by livehomeandaway :)

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  3. Such a sad story but with such an important message! Wonderful story! Thank you so much for participating in the FFfAW Challenge! Welcome!

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  4. Such is life, one feels for Roger, and his moment of thoughtlessness.

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    1. I so agree with you. His one thoughtlessness. His one bad act cost him his life.
      Thanks for dropping by Mike :)

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  5. So sad that his actions changed his life forever.

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    1. Sometimes teenage temper and their actions cost them way too much
      Thanks for dropping by Sally :)

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