#VisDare 8 : Listen

The door closed behind us, and Alice kept pulling me along. We were in another hall, that led to a train tunnel. A train was waiting. Alice pulled me into a car, and thought, “Please, sit where you wish.”

I sat next to the doors of the car. The train started moving. “Listen, Alice,” I asked, my voice filling the car, “You’re pretty, so I don’t mind following you, but I’d like to know where we’re going.”

Two voices spoke in my head. One was Alice. I’d never heard the other. I didn’t understand either voice. When the voices stopped, Alice sat down beside me, and spoke, “I’ll  tell you where we are going, but first,” she looked at me and smiled. I thought she had a gorgeous smile, stunning eyes, and very kissable lips. “Do you really think I’m pretty?”

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@LurchMunster


This piece is the fifth in a continuing story I’m working through for Angela Goff’s Visual Dare. Please read the other entries in this week’s Visual Dare challenge. I like all of them.

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#VisDare 6 : Emerging

#VisDare 6 Prompt : Obscure

Leighla led me to a small house in a field, her voice echoing in my head, “We’re here.”

She walked to the door where a beam of light enveloped her. I heard a hissing sound, and a quiet shush, as the door of the house opened. Leighla stepped inside, and I heard her voice again, “Taran, come in.”

There was a bench along the north wall of the house, and an empty picture frame on the south wall. Leighla sat down, and indicated I should too. A beam of light from the edge of the picture frame shined into Leighla’s eyes. Shortly, the bare wall inside the picture frame turned into a hallway. A woman appeared,  walking down the hallway, toward the picture frame.

She had on a long skirt and a corset, and was carrying a lantern. She walked out of the frame, and into the room.

150 Words
@LurchMunster


This piece is the third in a continuing story I’m working through for Angela Goff’s Visual Dare. Please read the other entries in this week’s Visual Dare challenge. I like all of them.