Bonnie and Clyde

Special thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting the weekly writing challenge, Friday Fictioneers, and to Kent Bonham for use of the photo.  Here’s my entry:

They had been traveling back-roads for days, appreciating the unmistakable beauty of both their surroundings and each other.

Now Bonnie sat alone in her car just outside the small town gas station, adrenaline coursing her veins.  Her heart pounded harder with each ragged breath she forced herself to take, waiting for her Clyde to appear so they could caper away into the sunset.

If they didn’t get caught.

Her breathing hitched when she finally saw him and the butterflies exploded in her stomach.  The instant he hit the passenger seat, she excitedly slammed the accelerator to the floor.

Carpe Diem!

Word Count: 100

Daily Word Prompt: Caper

 

 

 

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