Flash Fiction: Last Meal

Prompt 5:

Setting: Estonia
Character: Autoworker
Object: Bacon and Eggs
Weather: Rainy

Last Meal

After tightening the last carburetor screw, Tony was officially done for the day. Just two hours past schedule. The rain pounded against the windshield as he drove. He knew that Estonia’s Diner would still be open at this hour. He got his usual booth and without even having to order, his waitress brought over his favorite bacon and eggs.

He felt as if he could die happy after finishing the last bite. At that moment, a retired vet had a heart attack while driving, leaving his vehicle out of control barreling towards the diner. Tony never saw it coming. (99 words)

8 responses to “Flash Fiction: Last Meal”

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