Fiction in 5 Sentences

 

With vindictive intentions, he handed him tart currency notes asking him to keep with him till he asks for it.

He made the clippings to show to the world that it was an underhanded dealing and an innocent got trapped and framed under the law of taking bribe.

He pleaded hard to scour his image and prove his innocence, but the sadistic law could not see beyond and the tentative incident brought to light could not acquit him.

There was no witness of this show because it was meticulously planned to bring him under scan.

He could not think of any virile reason as to why his close accomplice chose him to frame and malign his career and he lost faith in humanity.

This post is written for Three Word Wednesday 493 & 494 and Daily Prompts Witness

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. love this 🙂 have been writing for these prompts but for some reason my posts don’t show up on the main post 😦 … but i loved this ..fiction in five sentences,remarkable i found this 🙂

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  2. Alok Singhal says:

    Such is the world, better be safe than sorry (you can’t trust anyone)!

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  3. Amit Agarwal says:

    Very smart! (write):)

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