The Rustlers

PHOTO PROMPT -© Madison Woods

PHOTO PROMPT -© Madison Woods

“Quite dark, no?”

“Nothing new, the usual”

“The wolves should be howling soon. The owls are awake”.

“Love this desolate look. The clouds covering half the moon, giving it a Dracula feeling.”

“Ouch! Damn Bats! Their wings hurt like thorns. Are they fuckin blind!”

“Yes! There! Still behind those bushes. I just saw the cheetah’s eyes gleam”

“Shh! I can sense the Leopard also treading in. Looks like a party night”.

The trees suddenly rustled alerting the deer who scrambled away in the darkness. The predators growled, but sat still. Another prey would pass by. Up above, the trees laughed.

Part of Friday Fictioneers. 100 Words or less Short story, courtesy Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
More stories on the Friday Fiction, Aug 7 edition, click link.
Word Count: 100

ff-11Also part of  Prompt 69 – Weekend Wordle #10, using any 3 of the provided words of the day. For more stories, click link.


About asarpota

Like to fly, but at the same time, quite on the ground, and do tend to be realistic. Very passionate about what I believe in and do, no patience with idiots, not a perfectionist, but trying to come close to it.... Not a nerd btw, value my friends very much, can criticize and have the b***s to take it on my chin. A spade is a spade!!!
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4 Responses to The Rustlers

  1. gahlearner says:

    An interesting glimpse into the jungle at night. Great story.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Archana Kapoor says:

    amazing… loved it to bits Rajesh… trees laughing,.. wow 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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