Devil’s Residence

This is an abridged version of an earlier post (if interested check the tags).

Prompt  ….

PHOTO PROMPT © Kent Bonham
Dom – Where does God live?
Friend#1 –  In the wide cosmos beyond this planet.
Dom – Where does the devil live?
Friend#2 – On this planet!
Dom – Where on this Earth?
Friend#2 – He is fairly ubiquitous.
Dom – That may be true but he specifically haunts the steering wheels. As soon as a human lays his hands on the steering wheel – he gets the surge of power that infuses a sense of being all- powerful.
Friend#1 – Explain?
Dom – Review road traffic accident statistics, harsh traffic and licensing rules and examine the newspaper-archives for road-rage crimes – all your doubts shall soon dispel.
Words < 100

Thanks for the prompt Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. SHALOM.



40 thoughts on “Devil’s Residence

  1. It’s so easy for cars to bring out the worst in us, when we don’t exercise control, restraint and discipline. And the faster they go, the more expensive they cost, our petrol (and diesel) heads expand further. Thanks for reminding us of this.

  2. BAM! Right on every count. As a therapist, I see a lot of people–mostly men–who have been mandated by the court to get counseling or lose their licenses to drive. It’s literally criminal in many cases.

  3. Dear Yarnspinner, I have been a passenger twice in cars, safely traveling at the legal speed, when BAM – hit my a nitwit. Both times had seat belts on – so no damage. The nitwits weren’t as lucky. Really good story and nicely written!

    • I my self lost a brand new car (total loss) exactly as you describe last year. Thanks to the seat belt escaped major damage.
      Thanks for sharing your experience and the appreciation.

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