Friday Fiction – Jacob

This weeks Friday Fiction is brought to you by the photo prompt below and  Flash! Friday. Enjoy! and have a great weekend.

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She lay cying in a fetal positing in the bike tunnel. Asking why. Begging him to stay. Telling him she needed him. They needed him.

Jacob knelt down and gave her one last hug and kiss and whispered. “No. You don’t need me anymore. You’ll soon realize that.” He looked her in the eyes and smiled, “And besides, if I remember correctly, you told me yesterday you couldn’t wait til I was gone.”

As he stood he told her, “I came to do what needed to be done. It’s done and I have to go now.”

She jumped up and threw her arms around him, “But . . .”

“No worries.”

Jacob helped her steady herself on her bicycle. Once she reached the tunnel entrance she turned and waved. “We’ll miss you.”

Straightening the basket and smoothing the streamers she played the tune he taught her on the bicycle bell, and with each chord the memory of Jacob faded.

Word Count: 154

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