Twittering Tales: End of the line

Checking in on Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales, and I see that the photo prompt is horribly topical. Here’s the story, in 135 characters.

Photo “Police” from Pixabay.com

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Just don’t look round, old man and you’ll never know what hit you. Or that the bomber had an accomplice and he never left the building.

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

9 thoughts on “Twittering Tales: End of the line”

    1. I don’t mind going out of the house, but I don’t like crowded places or events. Not that I ever did much, but there’s always that thought in the back of the mind…

  1. Those that never knew what hit them could be counted the lucky ones considering the horrifically injured left alive to suffer. Who could hate so much to deliberately target children?
    xxx Gigantic Hugs Jane xxx

    1. It’s impossible to understand for most of us. For the actual perpetrator, the one who pulls the trigger, we can say he must have been evil/mad/phsychotic, or whatever. But what do we say about the political leaders/dictators/populists who encourage these acts while keeping their own hands clean? They keep themselves at a tidy distance while profiting from the mayhem. True evil. Hugs to you. We all need them.

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