SUGARFOOT

Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers Week of January 12, 2016

REBLOG….due to posting being deleted somehow…day after it posted.

This week’s photo prompt is provided by Etol Bagam. Thank you Etol!

SUGARFOOT

The saloon was buzzing with activity when Colt stepped up to the bar.

“Colt!  You’re back in town again.  What can I get for you?”  Shane asked.

“Just a whiskey.”

Colt heard the saloon doors swing open, saw the expression on Shane’s face, and people were scattering in all directions.

“Keep your hands on the bar,” a husky voice shouted!

Colt froze and tried to keep his hands steady.

“I knew I would catch up with, Sugarfoot,” the man bellowed.

Colet quickly brought his hands up from the bar and swung around!

“Maverick!  I knew it was you when you called me Sugarfoot!”

“Hello brother!  You’re a hard person to find these days.

Copyright © 2016 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved

 

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