100 word challenge

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I was nominated by getting through anxiety for the 100 word challenge. Here I go…

Taylor looked into the coffin. He thought to himself how much he hated the person laying in her death finest. How he was left behind to pick up the pieces. There are two girls to raise without a mother. Life insurance won’t be paid. He can’t wrap his mind around the hopelessness that was so bad she took all those pills. He stayed for ten years putting up with the spending, the lies, the cheating, and the inevitable days in bed. he realizes he has to find forgiveness. He has daughters to raise. He sighs and thinks. Just not today damn it.

Hmmm I think that’s close to one hundred. I haven’t written fiction in forever it felt good to exercise my brain 🙂 I hope you enjoyed it.

I nominate who ever wants to do this challenge.

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4 thoughts on “100 word challenge

    gettingthroughanxiety said:
    November 29, 2015 at 8:57 pm

    Good job!

    Elusive Trope said:
    November 30, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    Perfectly condensed, keeping the authenticity of the character while composing him with depth, with just the perfect tone at the end.

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