2.06.2011

Microfiction Monday

It's Monday and  I am joining Susan at Stony River for  
Microfiction Monday
Susan provides a photo and you write a story of 140 letters (including punctuation) or less.
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This weeks photo
                                          My story

                                                          She stood ... frozen in time.
                                                          The building ... the clock ...
                                                              just as in her dreams.
                                                      This is where she always awoke.
                                                               What lay ahead?

16 comments:

dkzody said...

I've been in that position. Knew I've been there before, but never got too far.

Peggy said...

I wonder what does happen next,
Good short story beginning.

Sylvia K said...

Ah, the beginning of a great mystery! And, yes, been there, done that, too! Hope you have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

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Debora said...

Very eerie! Makes me want to read more.

the replicant said...

Whatever she's there to do must be important.

Rinkly Rimes said...

I agree. The picture has a dream-like quality.

Jim said...

Oh, Vicki, I love those recurring dreams! Your's sounds like the one I used to have. They never would come to a conclusion.
But now they have stopped. I hope your heroine's doesn't stop coming.
..

indicaspecies said...

I hope only the best for her...

Diane said...

Sounds like a great thriller in the making! :O)

Cad said...

Probably another day, another dollar...

septembermom said...

This has big potential for a story!

Susan Fobes said...

I like the suspense with your take!

Elizabeth Mueller said...

I love this. Great hook to a fabulous novel! Have a great week, Vicki!

♥.•*¨ Elizabeth ¨*•.♥

Melanie Sherman said...

Oooooh, goosebumps. Great story.

ChrisJ said...

That house looks something like a house I once lived in. Now all these years later, I wonder what it's history was. Being a teenager at the time, I had other things on my mind.