“Assembly line of existence whirring on and on, units of humanity rising and falling along the way – punching in, punching out, punching in, punching out…”
“Whole cosmos embraced mass production and planets end up consumed like all the rest.”
“Oh man, homo consumeia!”
“Henry Ford! See his beady little eyes seething, glaring out from the grill of that old abandoned truck that stinks like piss and depleted ozone.”
“Yeah. Weeds and thorns and nettles sprouting up inside his entrails. Gnawing family of rodents burrowing deep, deep, making their home inside his rectum.”
“Karma’s a bitch. Love it!”
This piece of flash fiction was written for Friday Fictioneers: a story in 100 words prompted by a picture that Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts every Wednesday. Here’s the link to the stories and this week’s picture is below, copyright Roger Bultot.