PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson
The Roof Of The Rising Sun
“Wow. Some show the stars put on for us.”
Lena leaned back, checking to make sure Dave was there. She nestled against him.
“I don’t deserve y…” Dave started.
Lena found his mouth, kissing that sentence away.
Dave had survived many misfortunes until Lena stumbled upon him.
She hadn’t seen him. He was invisible, after all. He picked her up, apologized, and started to leave.
“Wait!” was all he needed to hear. They talked. Went on a date. More dates followed.
They’d been together for three months now.
The sun rose, beaming onto Lena, and through Dave, on the roof.
Thus ends the Dave Trilogy. I hadn’t planned this when I wrote the first Dave story (Veiled Consequences), and it wasn’t until I wrote the second piece (One More Thing) that that drabble fit with the previous week’s. So, I knew I had to end it, somehow, this week. No idea how it would go until I saw the photo prompt. I had to live with that photo all day until I figured out what to do with it. Hope you enjoy.
It’s #Friday Fictioneers prompt time, as always created and hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields on her blog, Addicted To Purple.
The rules are simple if you’d like to do this:
- Use the photo on Addicted to Purple as your prompt (goes up on Wednesday).
- Write a 100 word story, complete with beginning, middle, and end.
- Make every word count.
- It is proper etiquette to give the contributor of the photo credit.
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