Friday Fictioneers ~~ March 22

It’s Friday! It’s Friday! Hello Friday! Yeah, I love Fridays. You want to know why I love Fridays? It’s because it is Friday Fictioneer time! I know they usually start on Wednesdays, but that is only because of time differences in other parts of the world. Need to give everyone a chance right? Right!

Come read all the different stories that come about from one photograph, you will be amazed! We have very talented and creative people writing these little stories. So click on Rochelle Wisoff-Fields name (that will take you to our leader) to go and read the few tiny rules if you want to join, or scroll down on her blog and click on the cute little blue guy to read many great stories. Thanks for reading or participating.

THE CHALLENGE:

Write a one hundred word story that has a beginning, middle and an end. (No one will be ostracized for going over or under the word count.)

THE KEY:

Make every word count.

 

Copyright -Douglas M. MacIlroy
Copyright Douglas M. McIlroy

 

Genre/General Fiction (100 words)

 

Damn rustlers. They thought they had me. Showed them I was no one trick pony!  After they forced me in that trailer, I heard them no goods talkin’ while they drove away. Was goin’ to make big money from selling me across the border.

When they stopped for the night I made my getaway! Learned how to open doors when I was just a colt. Those losers were sleepin’ off a bottle of whiskey. I walked right by ’em. Then I started runnin’, it felt good to have the wind in my mane again!

It’s thirsty business outsmartin’ rustlers.

 

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49 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers ~~ March 22

        1. JackieP

          ah but I did, he referred to himself as a ‘colt’ and from what I understand a colt is a young male and a young female is a filly.

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    1. JackieP

      thank you so much Sandra! for this story and Ether! I will have to check, all though it seems to take a whille to catch up 🙂 I will have to check your stories out.

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  1. Hi Jackie! it’s about time I worked my way back to your Friday post. 😉 This story is exactly what others have said – besides being well-written as always, it’s really cute. That horse is one smart cookie!

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    1. JackieP

      Hey Maddie! I figured you would show up eventually. 🙂 Good to see you! Hope Rich is feeling better. All my animals are smart. haha!

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      1. Rich is doing great, but I’m going down fast. Sore throat started this afternoon, and I’m seeing a sofa and a box of Kleenex in my future. If you don’t hear from me for a while, you’ll know why. 😉

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  2. damn smart horse and so happy he got away from those greedy thieves! the bad guys should have chosen water, like this smart horse, to drink instead of whiskey. serves them right. ♥

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  3. Dear Jackie,

    This is one of my favorites this week. A good escape story, great voice, doofus rustler’s, and a horse with a heart of gold and a sense of humor. Thanks for writing this one.

    Aloha,

    Doug

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    1. JackieP

      Hi Doug,

      I’m glad I wrote it too. I didn’t know about Mystic till after I wrote it, but after reading about him, I was even more glad I wrote it the way I did. Glad you liked it.

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  4. good one — we had a horse go missing some years ago. I always wondered if rustlers or a mountain lion got him. Now I think he escaped and just didn’t know how to get home.

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    1. JackieP

      there is more rustling going on then most people realize. You wouldn’t think so given the age we are in now, but it happens. Hard to tell what happened to the poor thing.

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