Somewhere there was an exciting fireworks display during the day. However, whomever let it play out. The explosions excited the dogs in nearby homes.
And…As if it were a celebration too, it’s what everyone thought, it was unannounced. Now, there were guest leaving and this couple, they were preparing to leave, to check-out due to the uncertainty of it all, as did the staff, everyone.
Perhaps the reason they were there, this was ever to do with their romanticism, it was the couple’s honeymoon. It was obvious now, they couldn’t concentrate on their love making.
“You were a wintery calm of warmth My Darling and refreshing too My Love!”
Day-in day-out, lovers always staying constantly intertwined, making love as this was their moment, their honeymoon.
“Figures, now I can’t concentrate in here in our hotel room My Darling, and with those soldiers outside our window, I hear munitions exploding outside.”
“No Honey, it’s a fireworks display, rather an explosion at the plant nearby us,” she states.
“Oh Really?” Now he has a worried look on his face.
“Please, look at the news coverage Darling,” she turns on their hotel room television to the local channel.
…The populace saluted the motorcade carrying the city officials as they drove by. The fire department, the policemen and all other city officials, them good ole boys, all who were presently attending, saluted the motorcade as they drove away, saluting each other and themselves as well…
“Bobby,” the newlywed explains, “These are fabrications and are real enough to mask something, it’s probably a monopoly. Them good ole boys, the homeboys, probably took control of all the cash coming in and out of the warehouse and all of the cash from the firework sales and the computers, ‘The Books’ they were cooked as well. One of the bugs they have to work out, ever to do with the purchase of fireworks and by law, anyone can see the bug in that.”
A much bigger fish remains at large.