Friday Fictioneers – Cult

FF 01.11.17 cult

PHOTO PROMPT © Sarah Ann Hall


‘Which one should we go for?’

‘I don’t know, something that looks imposing.’

‘They all look imposing.’

Eli and Clide looked at the selection of ceramic chalices in front of them, brows furrowed with confusion. Their black suits making them stand out as different in the quaint, boutique shop on a Monday afternoon.

‘Get the biggest one, that weird yellow one. That looks like it could’ve been forged by the devil.’

Eli nodded, considering.

‘It does look pretty old, and these people are pretty stupid. Jesus, they’ll believe anything, I don’t even know why I’m bothered. Get the yellow one.’

100 words

Written as part of the Friday Fictioneers challenge to write 100 words on the above photo promt, hosted by the lovely Rochelle Wisoff-Fields – Addicted to Purple. To check it out click here.


Author: Jennifer Kennedy

Mother, teacher and writer. I love all my jobs but writing holds a special place in my heart. I hope you enjoy reading my short stories as much as I enjoy writing them!

42 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Cult”

  1. I didn’t get it, so I went back to the top and finally saw the title. Cult. Now I get it. Good grief. No wonder there’s so much weird out there.

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