Friday Fictioneers 6/27/13

Posted: June 28, 2013 in Uncategorized

Submit a poem or short story of 100 words or less, inspired by a weekly photo in this fun, flash fiction group. You can read submissions or add your work HERE, or click on the little blue guy at the bottom. Writing tips, typo alerts and comments welcome, as long as they are respectful and helpful, not hateful.

Category: Sci-fi?

Words: 100+

Rating: PG

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She saw it, but didn’t believe it. No buses had run here for nigh on twenty years. Pulling to the berm she stopped as the door opened, releasing a man with a silver lunch box who tossed a wave over his shoulder. Fixing his eyes on her he smiled and made his way across the road. Leaning in the window he planted a kiss on her cheek.

“Hi ya doll! On time as usual!”

She screamed. This would have been normal twenty-five years ago. But she had dropped Bud at the bus stop then, and he, and the bus,  had been missing ever since .

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Comments
  1. Sandra says:

    Lovely! Just the right note of horror/supernatural. Well done.

  2. zookyworld says:

    Really neat mystery to this.

  3. Oooh! That was decidedly spooky. Very well done. Tightly written. Taut.

  4. wmqcolby says:

    WOW!!!!!! I’m in it now! I LOVE me some stories like this. Bravo!!!

  5. Nicely creepy!

    janet

  6. Sarah Ann says:

    Very spooky. Unsettling in a good way. 🙂

  7. nightlake says:

    Scary:) but nicely written

  8. Dear Ms. T,

    That would definitely be unsettling, to say the least. Nice one.

    shalom,

    Rochelle

  9. Better late than never. 🙂 This is a great idea.

  10. kz says:

    oooh, creepy, disturbing, awesome. loved this. 🙂

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