“This is boring,” Caleb whined.
“It’s father-son bonding. It’s fun.” He wiped sweat from his forehead. “It’s…hot.”
“Something we agree on,” Caleb mumbled. “Can we go now?”
“I’ve got the boat until two.” His father sighed. “Crap. This is boring.”
“Race?” Caleb stood, pulling off his t-shirt.
His father dove into the water. “Head start for the old man!”
She rose from the waves. Glorious and horrible. Eyes gleaming, hair spilling over her breasts.
“Aw, c’mon…” He splashed Caleb.
“Get back here! Swim back…now!”
She smiled at Caleb, her mouth rows of shark teeth. “Fear. My comfort food.”
I’ve combined two prompts again this week: A 99-word flash about “comfort food” and a thriller/horror with the word “splash”. It was, um, difficult. But I do love a challenge and it was fun. 🙂
Week 18 Prompt: Splash
and Flash Fiction Challenge over at Carrot Ranch which asks writers to pen a piece in 99 words (this week’s prompt: Comfort Food).
May 4, 2017 prompt: Comfort Food – In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story write about comfort food.