Flash Fiction learning that the heart of writing is imagination + craft + editing.
140 Character story meme thanks to Susan at Stony River
‘Can we not go?’
‘But the roof and walls are—.’
‘I didn’t budge alive and I won’t dead.’
‘Maybe, when the windo—’
‘Not while a stone lasts.’
Talk about NOT wanting to be spirited away! Bravo, Mr. Random Twitter Stories, bravo!SparkleFarkle~~~~~*
Most haunting ;-)
Spooky story. Brilliantly done.
Riddled with dark drama! Great!
The ghost has some urgent need to remain. Now read on . . .
Oh that's creepy. I never knew that ghosts wanted to leave!Excellent tale.
No wonder ghosts make so much noise! They're bickering amongst themselves! Rick
Ah, those bickering ghosts!! No wonder I have trouble sleeping sometimes! What a haunting tale indeed! I love it! Hope you have a great week!Sylvia
I have heard of stubborn until the day he died, but now even into the grave? I guess some people hold on a little tighter...
So...?We still get nagged in the afterlife?Grrrrrrrr.....
I never knew ghosts could be so hilarious. Still stubborn after all these years!
LOL...too funny. Where is Casper when you need him. Well done :)
Ah...talk about tenacity!Nicely written.
wow,even the ghosts are afraid,what a creepy 140.
I loved your take of the pic. You got so much more mileage out of yours...Thanks for the visit. Sorry I could not post the comment because of the link.Take care & God bless.
Oh well done! Such a surprise in characters, but they're perfect for that setting.
I really like this one! Can imagine the voices even. Thanks for an original take on the picture. (And I'll have to think about your L10,000suggestion. LOL)
KInd of Spooky, sounds like it could be "The Others".
John, I am betting that those people who lived there before had these same arguments. Good Read! ! !Sorry I'm so late in getting back here, my week was very busy and hectic...
Welcome and thanks for dropping in. I'll pop by yours by and by. This blog was inspired by First 50 words where you freewrite from a single word prompt. I use random words or images to create flash fiction in formats ranging from twitter postcards to short short stories.