Origami and Snakes

****Click here for previous installment of Vivid Black –> Who’s Hank?

Multiple witnesses cast blame away from the other two suspects. Henry and and Deputy Osborn traveled south of town to Castle Mine Services and Cliff Lewis whose criminal record proved snakes find grass in the concrete, and hide in plain sight.

Osborn, folded into the Impala like origami, climbed out and unfolded his 6’2″ frame. Henry smirked at his dilemma,

“Need a hoist?”

The cramped deputy stood up and flipped him the bird.

Scoria crunched underfoot, remnants of traction from the snowstorm, as they headed inside. Attention caught, Henry two knocked the counter,

“Need to talk to Cliff Lewis.”




100 Word Song-Car Jamming / The Clash

Writing for Lance and LeeRoy at 100 Word Song. This week Troy was tagged to pick the song and he chose Car Jamming by the Clash. Worked with the lyrics and chose a line to build this newest edition of Vivid Black.

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8 comments on “Origami and Snakes

  1. t says:

    The Impala, Osborne and origami connection was simply priceless! Wonderfully done Deb!


  2. modmomelleroy says:

    I love the origami line and unfolding his 6’2″ frame. Wonderful imagery.


    • debseeman says:

      Thanks. I actually love that line too. When I thought of origami for a folding image, I was excited to include it in this post.


  3. Lance says:

    when t suggested this, I was salivating at what you’d do. Great connecting the dots and the cliffhanger is spot on.


    • debseeman says:

      I’m glad something eventually jumped out at me. I must have read the lyrics ten times before something formed in my brain. I honestly struggled with this one. t darn near stumped me.


  4. […] ****Click here for previous installment of Vivid Black –> Origami and Snakes […]


  5. Like the rest, that origami line was my favorite. Looking forward to the next installment.


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