Don’t Forget the Lizard (Friday Fictioneers)

Greetings! Below is my story for this week’s challenge. Check out Ms. Rochelle’s page for more information about this fun writings!

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photo from Douglas M. MacIlroy

I could see the future—lapses of images in my vision. And I had to accept whatever it gave me, even if it killed me.

This time, my house would explode three times with me in it, but I could reverse it. If I would leave my huge, robot lizard. He would cause my death.

“Go now. Kill the Master.” His monotonous voice made me cry. “Don’t forget me.”

He knew I had to kill the Master who implanted the chip in me—the reason I could see the future.

I ran and, two minutes after, the first explosion began.

WORD COUNT: 100


Thank you for reading this story. I hope you’ll read a lot from me. If you ever feel the need to give me some writing advice, do not hesitate to reach me through my “Contact” page. All the best love, my dear.

11 thoughts on “Don’t Forget the Lizard (Friday Fictioneers)

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  1. This looks like a low point in your character’s life. Hopefully now he has nowhere to go but up…and can break free of the Master (whoever he is…sounds sinister! What can he mean by making your main character see the future?) Good story, good hook.

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    1. Losing someone indeed is one’s low point in life. I hope so, too. Perhaps the Master thought he could use everyone he put the chip in to go with him against wars with other countries (or world) for him to rule and become the most powerful man in the Earth. Unfortunately, it created enemies against him. Thank you so much for reading this! I’m glad you liked it.

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