*Written for the MId-Week Flash Challenge
Our souls. Our history.
All that we ever were.
Lost in the glowing whiteness.
Will the sun ever return its gaze to the earth?
Will its heat be sufficient enough
for our re-awakening?
world’s greatest predator
the first to perish
Write a micro or flash story (or if you prefer, a poem) around the following prompt:
Post your story or poem in the comment section below. Deadline: This Friday, June 14th
No minimum words but try to keep it under 750 words.
*Note: Am participating in the #Write28Days (February) hosted by Anita Ojeda. Click here if you would like tp participate.
Scared witless, he slammed the company’s truck to a full stop and watched as the radioactive sludge engulfed the town. Strangely, the first thought to come to mind was- “Dang, I suppose I should have lowered those control rods.”
I once had a friend named Blue who swore there was a beast in the woods. She claimed it was a wolf as big as a house. It had red eyes too. Of course, none of us believed her until one day, she simply vanished. Weeks later, a park ranger stumbled upon a boot, the same kind she usually wore. But that wasn’t all that was found. Apparently, he nearly fell into a large hole . He quickly realized it wasn’t just a hole, but an enormous paw print the size of a small car.
I guess Blue didn’t fib after all.
Earth, armed with deadly and toxic instruments, has turned against man – we are now the outcasts, the unwanted.
Blank eyes stared at the bleak landscape as the sun sets on mankind for the final time.
The sea no longer wants her.
A short, short creepy story for the Halloween season. Enjoy!
Continuing with horror stories for the Halloween season 🙂 This one I wrote and created a year ago; seems fitting to reshare.