****Click here for previous installment of Vivid Black –> Walls

He continued down the hall, “Not right now Henry. Gotta get reports done.”

Henry followed insisting, “Come on Jerrod. This is important.”

Deputy Osborn stepped out, stopping his progress.

“Alright, but LT’s gonna be pissed if I don’t get these done.”

Hand on his shoulder, Henry steered his partner into interrogation, Ray followed and Osborn stood outside.

Three men seated. Adrenalin masked pain and fear.

“Jerrod. It’s over.”

His expression melded and morphed from calculated awareness to cool defiance, then calm resignation. Shoulders squared, he began.

“Henry, I don’t know where I belong. I don’t know where I went wrong.”

Back where most of the story has been created, with Lance’s robot alter-ego LeeRoy and his 100 Word Song. This weeks offering Ho Hey offered perfect lyrics to bring this story to a conclusion. I feel like a parent sending their kid off to college. It’s been the better part of a year from beginning to end. Let me know what you think. Might work a little more and fill in some blanks and make it more complete.


To read Vivid Black from start to finish, Click HERE.


6 comments on “Over

  1. t says:

    I need to read it all straight through first, but as for this installment, you nailed the prompt perfectly! Nicely done!


  2. debseeman says:

    What do you think about the links for the story? Would it be better to copy/paste & unpackaged it onto one page?


  3. Lance says:

    ahhh!!!!!!! I want mroe but terrific last installment. It ended with style. thank you for giving your baby to 100 word song. Leeroy is honored.


    • debseeman says:

      Without the songs and the prompts it would probably not have continued past the first post. Thankful LeeRoy and you prodded me along with your ever polite, “more please” requests.


  4. […] week’s song was chosen by Deb (please read her riveting “Vivid Black” series!): “Heavenly Day” by Patty […]


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