FRIDAY FICTIONEERS PHOTO PROMPT
Word Count: 100
“Careful!”, squeaked the 70-year-old. “These pebbles…”, he sighed, smacking a large one to the corner with his walking stick.
“He loved playing here”, he recalled, looking at the garden. “Good times…”, she said, reminiscing about the days when her hair was still black and her son, a child.
“I can’t believe he’s divorced… That too with a child… This generation! Divorces everywhere! What’s with these children?”, she fumed.
“ZERO TOLERANCE!”, said the old man, tossing another pebble to the side, holding her hand with the same gentleness with which he had held her, the very first time, 50 years ago.
This story is a part of the Friday Fictioneers Photo Prompt Flash fiction challenge. Every Friday, a photo prompt is provided by the organizer Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. The participants have to come up with a 100 word story. You can check out the other entries here.