Last few weeks I have been MIA – not by plan though. I had thought I would be able to post, but you have loads of people in your family and social circle you can hardly do anything else! So after a teeny tiny year end break Tina and Mayuri are back with her another week of exciting #FridayFotoFiction

Did you forget it already? Here’s a quick recap.

  1. We give you a photo prompt
  2. You write a 100 Word Fiction on it
  3. Link your post with us in the linky

Week 7 #FridayFotoFiction Prompt

Keys to your own home

Image Credit – WDnet Studio

The Keys – #FridayFotoFiction week 7

He had asked for money for his little house in the city.

He had said I would stay with him.

I didn’t think twice before selling off my little patch of paddy.
I have sat on the bench in the park, I have spent days in the rain, I have even gone hungry – he didn’t come once.
This world doesn’t even pity a homeless man.
I was waiting for my end under the bridge when the wise man came dangling these.
A little something for you – home for the homeless.
He must have been a God – he gave me a home!


How to participate in #FridayFotoFiction

  1. Every Friday we’ll give you a photo prompt
  2. Follow @twinklingtina & @Mayuri6 on twitter and wait for the prompt
  3. Write a 100 Word story on the photo prompt
  4. Use the badge at the end of your posts
  5. Link up with Tina or Mayuri
  6. Read, comment, share on host and co-hosts posts and at least two more posts linked in the party Pro Tip – Networking and commenting is good for your blog’s health and ranks.
  7. Use #FridayFotoFiction in your post and share in social media using the same hashtag.
  8. Every week we will have one featured blogger who is the best reflection of this community spirit

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Tina Basu


9 Comments on Flash Fiction – #FridayFotoFiction Week 7

    January 7, 2017 at 8:37 am (2 years ago)

    I love the idea of someone coming and handing you keys to your own real estate -wish I had such a benefactor too! Sigh!!!!
    SHALINI BAISIWALA recently posted…Tempering my natureMy Profile

    • tinabasu
      January 7, 2017 at 7:41 pm (2 years ago)

      infact a businessman did that for his daughter’s wedding – homes for 500 homeless people – wasn’t that a wonderful gesture! Thank you Shalzy for dropping by

  2. Geethica Mehra
    January 11, 2017 at 3:15 pm (2 years ago)

    such a cute story with a message.God always knows whom to help and when.


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