Sunday Photo Fiction 10-31-2016
The idea of Sunday Photo Fiction is to create a story / poem or something using around about 200 words with the photo as a guide.
It was a strange sight. If he hadn’t seen for himself, he’d never of believed. Last Halloween, he’d teased her relentlessly when she told him the story. This year… boyo… he might have to do some fast talking and quick avoiding to survive. The one thing Anna believed in was attack before they attacked you. And she had taken his teasing as attack last year, making for a tense Halloween. Come to think of it, a whole tense year.
“Saw your Frankenstein,” he said casually one day.
“What?” with narrowed eyes.
Danger Will Robinson! Dive! Dive! Dive!
“You remember the Frankenstein with the pumpkin last year. The one you saw but I didn’t.”
She looked at him as if he was mad.
“You know, the one you got so pissed cause I didn’t see.”
“Really?” Slight arch to an eyebrow.
“Yeah,” he agreed, smile slowly fading as she continued to look at him. “Yeah?”
“Sorry to hear.” She rose, eyes starting to turn red. “You shouldn’t have. Now you know too much.”
Danger, danger, danger….Wil……