Friday Fictioneers – Sweep Vengeance

Photo courtesy - Roger Bultot

Photo courtesy – Roger Bultot

Sweep Vengeance

Word count:  100

Gregory watched from across the street as the second floor apartment burned. He shoved his hands in his pockets and glanced at the growing crowd. Murmurs of concern and questions about the occupants swirled around him. He backed away slowly, nodding, and slipped unnoticed down the street.

Gregory had known Mr. Viggers well. That old twerp had caused so much trouble; always complaining about Gregory’s car and how it got in the way of his precious street sweeper. Idiot had even taken him to court, and got that stupid sign erected.

Well, Gregory grinned, not anymore, Mr. Viggers. Not anymore.

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