Friday Fictioneer – Treasure Hunt

This is another entry for the  Friday Fictioneer‘s hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Open to all , ready to rack the right side of the brains!.

The objective is to write a 100 word story based on a photo prompt.

From Scott Vanatter with permission-Copyright- Indira

Genre: Fiction

Treasure Hunt

Alright everybody open the clue. Whoever cracks it first takes home the prize !” said Anita

             ‘The treasure awaits in a casket, with a stout stranger, partially bald, a

               loner, brown in colour. He is in love with Aphrodite and tries reaching

                 out to her in heaven.’

Ram saw the tree and was off in a flash. He found a neatly wrapped box under the tree.

His eyes lit up with anticipation as he opened the box only to find a note – ‘April Fool !’

I’m gonna kill you Anita” screamed Ram and dashed towards her.

Read the story of other Friday Fictioneers’ here


47 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneer – Treasure Hunt

  1. Lovely tie-in to April Fool’s Day – (which I had forgotten about as it was also Easter Monday)
    Great twist, love the idea of using the tree as a hiding place for treasure
    Well done

  2. Uh-oh,. I hope Anita has her running shoes on. Terrific April Fool’s joke.on us as well. Love your blue -on-blue (my favorite color)…river, dock and bird background..

  3. You made quite a fool of your readers!!
    Well at least I, like Ram, raced my brain as I read the puzzle!
    Very clever 🙂
    I am from India too 🙂

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