Friday Fictioneers -Enemy Mine

Every week Rochelle gives us an image to use as a prompt for writing a story in around 100 words. As she is sorting her book out at the moment, she is rerunning some old images. This image of a hornet’s nest is one I used for Raynard a couple of years ago. If you want to know who Raynard is, you can read the stories HERE. Raynard is a collaboration between myself and Jules Paige, and you can read her version of events HERE.

This story does not involve him though. This is completely different.

If you want to take part in Friday Fictioneers, then head over to Rochelle’s page (link earlier in this sentence) or if you want to read what others have written, then click on the blue froggy.

How did you expect to get out of here alive?

I didn’t. I was only supposed to get in.”

Nobody comes in without an escape plan.”

The Emperor is still the leader. You don’t control everything. You don’t control my future

I kill you now and I have ended your future. I control your life. And wipe that grin off your face

You don’t understand, do you? There was a reason I didn’t have an exit plan. You’ve heard of the Trojan horse?

He split apart and wasps with their fatal venom spilled from him and slew the Emperor’s enemies.


21 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers -Enemy Mine

  1. Oh, great scheme to break a siege or beat the enemies in their homes. It has a futuristic feeling with genetically manipulatd parasitic wasps… and the dialogue is great.

  2. Ah, clever trick — both him and your story. I love how much you can get across with just the dialogue (up to the last line), sometimes that’s all it takes. Nicely done!

  3. Oh, very clever. Yes…so many jokes about the horse, but history sometimes is a good thing to repeat, especially when righting a wrong…well at least with would like to think that here.

    (I see you can have more fun when your laptop is working!) ~Jules

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