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For those who are new, Rochelle shares a photo prompt to which several #FridayFictioneers compose a 100-word flash of fiction. Come, the fun is just about to start.
Here’s my contribution:
The first light of morning starts him blinking, inducing vertigo. There’s acid in his throat. He realizes he’s on a hard surface. The ringing in his ears sharpens to splashing, perhaps, he’s not certain. His eyes haven’t completely focused. He attempts to right himself as he concentrates on his location but discovers his wrist is cuffed to a bench. His suit is twisted, his collar torn, his tie missing. He reaches for his pocket searching for his mobile and finds dirty panties, small and bloody, a Polaroid of a girl wearing the same panties, a pistol. He recognizes not one.