Flash Fiction: The Line

Gupta was thoroughly bored now. He had been waiting in queue for a long time and the line had only increased rapidly.

Gupta looked around. Most of the people in the line were teens and young adults. Making conversation seemed difficult. The teenage girl standing behind Gupta sensed his uneasiness and broke the ice.

“The line is too slow. However, it is surprising to see you in this line.”

“Isn’t this the entry line for people who died while clicking photographs?”

“Not exactly! This line is for selfie deaths. The regular camera photo line is over there!”

Gupta sighed.


 

Word Count: 99

This story was written in response to Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge “Line”

 

Would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on my stories! 🙂

Happy Reading!

 

Image Credit: https://www.stephaniesyho.com/the-early-years?

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