Wednesday, 2 March 2016
Duty. (100 Word Fiction)
Many years ago when working as an undertaker I would nail bodies to the inside of their coffins as a precaution in the unlikely event of a zombie apocalypse. It was my duty as a member of the human race.
But never underestimate the strength of an angry zombie. The banging could be heard for miles and I was the one they came for. You see they were too late. There weren't many of us left. Only me and a few others hiding in our basements. And I am the reason they are hungry.
I should have used more nails.
(C) Ally Atherton 2016
100 Words written for the 100 word challenge over at Thin Spiral Notebook
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