Karma

KARMA

“Follow me! This way!”

The teenagers kept talking without paying attention to the guide.

“Stick together please!”

The woman ushered her group to the next room, used to being ignored. She just went on with her speech, counting the remaining pieces of the exhibit she had to explain to brainless kids who couldn’t care less.

“This one is one of my favorites!”

The high school students giggled and took pictures of the broken down car with the two mannequins.

“Can anyone guess what the artist was trying to show here?”

Of course, the guide’s audience had all kinds of theories, but they were keener to share it with their friends than with her.

“Well, we do not know for sure, but I like to believe it has something to do with karma. If you cheat, lie or behave badly, you don’t know what life will run you over with!”

No one heard, except for that one kid who only grinned as the group moved on to the next room.

Word count : 169
Image : Provided by Pixabay.
Story writing for the 51st Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (FFfAW), a weekly challenge Priceless Joy to write a ±100-150 word story based on a picture.
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12 comments

  1. Hehehe
    We both had museums in mind this week.
    Typical teenagers.

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  2. LOL! Haha! It appears there is a whole group of kids that don’t know what life is going to run over them with and the only one that knows it is the one kid that was listening. 😀 Great story!

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  3. Well, I’m hoping she gave the grinning kid some ideas. Lovely story 🙂

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  4. It sounds like she’s getting fed up with kids not listening, to slip in that line!

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  5. Cute story. Teacher was getting a bit annoyed I think.

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