Linda Louise Rigsbee

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The Last Chance

Photo Prompt by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Photo Prompt by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

February 13 Friday Fictioneer response to Photo Prompt.

He stood at the porch rail, sipping his morning coffee. Some things you could count on, like the return of Spring. He thought she would return, but it had been a week. She’d never been away that long. Every couple had disagreements. It wasn’t as though he had hit her. He shouldn’t have called her a liar. Instead, he had been mistaken. She wouldn’t answer his calls. “I’m sorry” wasn’t enough. This time he had lost her. He went back into the lonely house. Someone knocked on the door. It was her; ready to give him one more chance.


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12 thoughts on “The Last Chance

  1. Well, I hope she believes in forgiveness. Some women I know would hold it over his head for the next million years and throw it up to him every time they had a spat.

  2. Dear Linda,

    I hope they can work things out. It’s hard to take back harsh words once they’ve been said. They leave deeper scars than blows. Nice one.



  3. It sounds as if it is make or break time.

  4. I hope he seizes the opportunity and keeps his hands to himself in the future. Nice one.

  5. Dear Linda, Such a wonderful and hopeful story! Good job! Nan 🙂

  6. Ahhh, I had lost all hope…until the end. Loved it!

  7. Hope they work things out. Good story with a very good ending. You never know what is going to happen.

  8. Let’s hope they work at it harder this time.

  9. Maybe that extra little waiting will mean that this time the chance will be taken on.. calling someone a liar is usually not very good.

  10. great setting of the scene with a nice ending.

  11. A well written story, Linda, with a very uplifting ending. Nicely done. 🙂

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