AnElephantCant deny he’s a big chap
He stands nearly fifty feet tall
Okay that’s an exaggeration
Because to his consternation
He finds that he cannot see over Bjorn’s wall
Once again it is Friday Fictioneer time.
Master builder Rochelle takes steps to surround herself with stony-faced story-tellers of solid sagas.
And AnElephant is a small drain on resources.
The idea is to write a very short story, circa 100 words, based on this picture prompt (below).
No one comes here now.
There are stories of dark happenings in the past.
Some long ago, the wall dates back to Roman times.
Some are more recent, there are rumours of bribery, betrayal and murder during the second ill-fated Jacobite rebellion.
And of ghosts who wander restlessly, seeking the next world in vain.
Which makes it the perfect place to bury a body.
Even in daylight, and little gets through to this gloomy spot, it has an eerie feel to it.
At night it is just terrifying.
It even scares me.
I wish they had buried me somewhere else.
Nice, spooky little tale, well done.
Nice twist on the end. A great beginning.
The ending really cinches the whole story, and it also leaves me with the feeling that someone is staring at me. :O
A ghost with feelings. Sheds an interesting light on the afterlife. Well done.
That would be a terrible existence, to be relegated to a place like that forever. Does he try to scare people as well?
Good twist at the end. This picture truly leaves one with a cold feeling – yes?
Love the history – and the eerie feel to this. Great angle.
All this death and destruction around Christmas time, with FF lately… Nice twist, though.
Nice story and nice intro rhyme.
Wow! Loved the ending!
The twist at the end is my favorite part of this.
All my best,
There is a good reason to stay away I think.. interesting that even ghost can be afraid of darkness.
Elephant, Good, creepy, well-written story. I think I’ll also stay away from that place. Perhaps even that ghost will leave in time. Well done as always. Happy Holidays!! 🙂 — Suzanne
Now that was a dark twist. And ever so well done.
Killer twist! Still, I won’t be the one to relocate him. 😦 Nice dark one.