That Creepy Guy

by , under Fiction Prompts, What Pegman Saw

Countless disappointments had battered me down until I’d pretty much given up. Surrendered.  I stood in my empty apartment and cried out to a God I didn’t believe in I give up!

And like magic, the despair and loneliness were lifted from me. I felt as though I’d set down a heavy suitcase. No longer was I driven by insatiable longing.  I was almost weightless. Reborn.

I board the tram from Reykjavik with no destination in mind. I just need to get out and experience this new way of life. And this was when I see her. This vision of perfection from my dream, blue eyes and glossy brown hair. I cannot help but stare. She looks down, the smallest blush coloring her fine skin. It is charming.

I can see myself looking at this face for the rest of my life, growing older together.

I will follow her anywhere.


What Pegman Saw,  a new flash fiction prompt based on Google Maps. 

  1. rochellewisoff

    Dear J Hardy,

    I wonder if she’ll return his undying devotion. Not sure whether to smile or cringe. Well written as always.



  2. neelwritesblog

    Nice stalking story is see here. Hope he is right for her or vice versa or if not better that both go as far from each other. I can smell romance, though.


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