Flash Fiction: Explosive Memories

Friday Fictioneers – January 25, 2018

Explosive Memories

Lucy felt sick to her stomach when she saw the dilapidated building on the news. She thought she had gotten far enough away from her past, but here it was being broadcasted to millions of homes. Memories that she had suppressed long ago were coming flooding back. Her legs began to get weak, forcing her to sit down and listen.

“Local police said that the explosion was due to another meth factory…”

She closed her eyes and could see her mama in that basement in front of those many bubbling beakers. She always knew this is how she would go. (100 words)

 

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