Humphrey wished he’d said no. Being the oldest he knew he knew better. The consequences flashed through his mind as he pushed his team-mate up the hill. His parents would issue reprimand and remove his privileges, he’d get a fine from court. A jail sentence was unlikely. Anyway, having started he’d finish. Being fitter than Jack, the other pusher, he’d taken a good lead and descended the hill running, finding himself unable to negotiate the bend. John flew from the shopping trolley into the pond and the trolley followed. Desperately Humphrey searched the reeds seeing his crime upgraded to murder.
In response to the photo prompt provided by Dale Rogerson and the hosting by Rochelle who invites us to write a flash of no more than 100 words and link up via the blue frog on her site. If you don’t want to write have a read as there is always a varied talented selection to read.