Sunday Photo Fiction – May 5, 2019

Sunday Photo Fiction – May 12, 2019

Photo Credit: Fandango



By Teresa Smeigh 2019

Ellie didn’t see anybody else around the area. She couldn’t believe how deserted it was. Just on the other side of the trees was a carnival and the midway music was playing so where were the people?

The teenagers, especially, would sneak over on this side and make out with each other.

Other than the music, there were no sounds. Usually, there was laughing, screaming, and people enjoying a carnival.

Ellie wondered if she should head over to the carnival and check things out, but she was scared. Something wasn’t right. She wished that Bill was with her. Come to think of it, where was he? He was supposed to meet her about now, here in the park by the gazebo.

Suddenly the midway music stopped completely. There was dead silence. Somehow that was even scarier to Ellie. She looked around frantically for Bill or anyone, human of course.

Ellie watched in horror as hundreds of tiny little figures came running from the carnival and into the park. “Ellie, watch out,” Bill shouted.

She turned around behind her and she watched Bill grab the mini arrow in his heart and sink to the ground. Hundreds of arrows stung her.

*************200 words**************

Rules from the host of Sunday Photo Fiction:

Welcome to 2019 and Sunday Photo Fiction! Each week I will post a new photograph, taken either by myself or donated by a member of the community. The challenge is to write a story using 200 words or less based, on the prompt. When you are done, post your story and the photo prompt on your blog. Make sure you give proper credit when using the photo.  Use the “Click Here to Enter”  icon to add your story to the SPF collection. While you are there, take time to read and comment on some of the other stories. I know you will not be disappointed.

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