Guilty or Innocent – Part 6

The following was written for a challenge called #SixSentenceStory over at Denise’s.

This week’s prompt word is “Bridge”

To start at the beginning of this series please click here.

A bit of an insight into Sam’s character.

 

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Image by elizabethaferry from Pixabay

“You’ve always wondered why I never hung out with Sam and part of the reason is that he likes to get others in trouble and he’s not a very nice guy at all, even though he comes off as a polite guy to adults, it’s just an act. Do you remember the time I came home from the cliffs and you asked me if I’d had fun?”

“Yes, I remember that day, you said not really and that you didn’t want to talk about it.”

“You know how there’s that bridge that’s close to the cliffs, well Sam took a cat up there and threw it over and into the water. Johnny and I jumped in and luckily we were able to save it.”

“Oh, my goodness, what a horrible little monster he is!”

To be continued …

 

 

Published by Susan Zutautas

A Canadian girl, born in Montreal, mother of three grown boys that lives with her husband in Ontario. Published author and poet. Loves to write flash fiction. Author of New In Town and two children's books which can be found on Amazon.

22 thoughts on “Guilty or Innocent – Part 6

  1. Sam has gotten off to a bad start. I hope he will receive the help he needs before he does anymore damage to others and to himself. To learn more about Sam, I think some other characters will be a part of this story.
    I’m glad you didn’t make us wait long to read this week’s SSS!

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  2. You know, this is a very realistic story. Kids don’t have it easy, trying to choose friends with good character, ethics, morals. Great job with the prompts!

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