Friday Fictioneers: Lost and Found


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With her picture in hand, he gave the red building before him a disapproving gaze. After a year of waiting, he finally received the great news his PI has located his MIA daughter.

“She’s not missing,” he’d told the PI, “she’s just off doing whatever the hell she wants. I need her home.”

The PI had tracked his daughter all the way to this po-dunk town in Central Mexico. “What’s there?” He’d asked the PI, who had shrugged as if to say, she’s your daughter.

“Okay, time to uncover the truth.” He said, entered the building, and climbed the stairs.

(100 Words)

For Friday Fictioneers

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17 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: Lost and Found

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  2. Great complex story in such few words, I enjoyed the after thoughts I experienced. What happened to make the daughter leave home in they way she did -just disappearing- and will she be be glad to be found or not?

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    • In my mind, I saw the daughter as an overly-independent and just want to have fun and be free kind of person. I don’t think she wanted to be found and the dad might be in for a surprise. Thank you for reading.

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