You all creative and awesome people here let's all write a short story together ❗️Follow the last suggestion posted even if I didn't accept it yet (I might be sleeping sometimes)❗️(You can still participate at the 1st one LIST APP COMMON WRITING CHALLENGE )
  1. It was so strange, seeing her father from behind bars. She tried to straighten out her grey jumpsuit, look as neat as possible. Even now, her years of etiquette lessons kicked in on impulse.
    Suggested by @JennyJLee
  2. "Maybe he thinks I'm innocent?" She wondered as she looked at her father's disappointed and confused expression.
    Suggested by @mjdaly
  3. It had all happened so quickly. It was all a blur. And yet, buried in her foggy memory was the split-second decision that landed in her this cold, lonely cell.
    Suggested by @jessnobs
  4. "Hi daddy" she managed to say. It was such a weird feeling, she always reverted back to feeling like such a child when around her father. She began to fidget with her hands on the table hoping he would reach out to hold them.
    Suggested by @simplyshelli
  5. If only she had taken her time, thought things out. Her mother used to say to be patient, but she always had trouble heeding that advice. Now, that choice has led her to this bleak, dimly lit cell, watching as her father questions whether she's telling him the truth.
    Suggested by @ellasabo
  6. She decided she couldn't come clean with her father. It wasn't that she didn't trust HIM, it was them. They were likely listening, waiting for her to talk. If her life had any value left, it was the facts she kept to herself. Plus, her father wasn't in a position to help her. Yes, he had privileges but he was still a prisoner.
    Suggested by @MichaelRose
  7. Her father leaned forward, running a hand across the stubble on his chin. His eyes were ringed with red, and it looked as if he hadn't slept in days. It's always odd, she thought, to see the people who have held you together simply... fall apart.
    Suggested by @kaylaaa
  8. His plague of illnesses had finally receded, only to make him well enough to see his daughter locked up. His mind was attacked by the last time the two spoke. Years had passed by now, and she asked curiously "Daddy, when are you coming home?" His bleak expression same as now only replied "Before nightfall sweetpea, before nightfall."
    Suggested by @cuddlebunny4
  9. She decided to give them a show. "Daddy Jailbird, I don't know what the governor promised you if you got me to talk, but you're wasting your time. Find the blueprints up your dick." She silently bore her eyes through the deadbeat's skull until the guards took her back to D Block. She had saved her father's life. For now.
    Suggested by @roche
  10. As she walked back towards solitary confinement, she tried to peek inside the cells of other inmates, to soak up as much humanity as possible before she was alone again. Women playing cards. Women talking on their cots. She missed her sister. But most of all, she missed the man that the State claimed she had killed, one month ago.
    Suggested by @femme_feminist
  11. "Farnk," she said and the sound of her voice saying his name surprised her.
    Suggested by @ourweho
  12. She loved him. She never would have killed him. "It was all a mistake," she kept telling herself. "It wasn't me, this is all a mistake."
    Suggested by @jessicaaskwara