Lawn Darts for Gods   20 comments

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. My story follows the picture prompt.

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PHOTO PROMPT – © Jean L. Hays

The Handly Cup Style finals of lawn darts was the Super Bowl of Godly sporting events. Both Zeus and his Indian counter part Indra had made it to the finals. Greece vs. India in the finals. The crowd was going wild in anticipation. On his final underhand toss Zeus had stuck the old junk car halfway into the ground inside the old NASCAR oval track. “Take that!” he thundered. Indra, never one to be intimated, tossed his highly colored junker into the air and it landed just inside of the one Zeus had just tossed. “Rematch” roared the wounded Zeus.

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  1. Ha! This is my favorite take on the prompt so far. I love your use of the gods Thanks for the smile.

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  2. Fun story! “Godly sporting event.” Zeus sounds more like a child having a tantrum. Enjoyed your story.

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  3. Ha.. car-tossing sounds quite divine actually.. hope there were no passengers inside.

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  4. Well done!

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  5. One hundred and eighty! Brilliant idea – I loved it.
    Rosey Pinkerton’s blog

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  6. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere near when gods play. Great take on the prompt.

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  7. Gods have to do everything on a grand scale, don’t they? Great take on the prompt.

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  8. Trust the gods to have to do everything on such a grand scale. Fun story!

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  9. You just might be a Redneck…… 😀

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  10. Fun!

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  11. Greece vs. India…clever!

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