Flash Fiction Friday – The Last Of Adam

March 28, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about disappearance. It can be an event, act, or subtle theme. Who or what disappears? Does it fade or explode? Can it be explained or experienced? Go where the prompt leads! Click here for more details.


The Last Of Adam – by Hugh W. Roberts

Adam watched time disappear, but he also witnessed his life slowly disappearing.

“Where am I? Why can’t I see?” he bearly whispered.

The final thing Adam remembered was being a passenger in his girlfriend’s new car. She’d just passed her driving test. Had the truck been on the wrong side of the road?

The faint sound of sobbing and two familiar voices began to disappear gradually.

“Are you sure he’s dead, mother?”

“No, but it won’t take long. Adam will never escape from the coffin we’ve buried him in,” she said, looking down at the grave. “You’re safe again.”

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Written for the 99-word flash fiction challenge hosted by Charli Mills at the Carrot Ranch.

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42 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Friday – The Last Of Adam

  1. Was mother sitting in the back seat? Mmm…clobbered him across the back of the head. I wonder who’s safe from who now? Nice one Hugh!

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