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Topic: Six-word stories: An exercise in brevity
Posted: 11 Sep 2012 04:25

veni,vidi,vici. I came, I saw, I conquered.

No rhyme no reason not poetry.

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Tom by 1941aaa I was orphaned at an early age and was most fortunate to be taken in by Peter and Mary Withers, for I took the place of the child they never had. Peter was the gamekeeper for Lord Carlton on his estate in Wiltshire and Mary helped out in the house when they had guests, which was mostly in the shooting season. We lived in the lodge at the entrance to the estate and were...

Added 31 Mar 2013 | Category Flash Fiction | Votes 2 | Avg Score 4.5 | Views 1,104 | 1 Comment

Gone Fishing

  My father passed away about a year ago and so I was now alone in my house for my mother had walked out from us many years ago when I was only a child of five. The reason for that, my father told me later, was because of him being caught getting another woman pregnant. After an awful row, she had left us, leaving father to raise me on his own. It was disappointing not to have my...

Added 26 Mar 2013 | Category Mystery | Votes 1 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,039 | 1 Comment

Ghost. Chapter Nine.

Chapter Nine They all began to talk at once as soon as it sunk in that it appeared that Hugo was correct in his assumption of where my remains were lying. Sophie went to one of the bell pulls and rang for a servant and asked him to fetch six men and some heavy hammers and meet Mr Hugo out by the kitchen. She took charge and instructed Elaine, Mary, Anne and the children to...

Added 20 Sep 2012 | Category Supernatural | Votes 4 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,016 | 2 Comments

Ghost. Chapter Eight.

Chapter Eight With the loss of Alice and Arthur, the spirit had gone out of the other children in respect of their ghost hunting activities during that winter. So they looked forward to the summer to resume their hunting for my grave in the gardens, but this was curtailed by another death, that of Thomas. He’d been out to see to the fields, and when he hadn’t returned for dinner,...

Added 19 Sep 2012 | Category Supernatural | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,117 | 1 Comment

Ghost. Chapter Seven.

Chapter Seven This letter made a staggering impact on the family when it was produced that night at the dinner table by Sophie. ‘Odds bodkins!’ Thomas exclaimed. ‘This would definitely have killed father if he’d seen this. So Richard was my grandfather and not Edward,’ he mused. ‘Percy!’ This was what Percival was called by the older members of the family, but was Mr Percival to...

Added 18 Sep 2012 | Category Supernatural | Votes 5 | Avg Score 4.6 | Views 987 | 2 Comments

Ghost. Chapter Six.

Chapter Six Call it a quirk of fate if you wish, though I am more of a quirk than the fact that both Grace, wife of Henry, and Sophie went into labour at the same time to produce their offspring in unison. In some way I was pleased that the doctor was seeing to Grace and it was an experienced midwife who attended Sophie at the moment of the births. Grace produced a daughter that they...

Added 17 Sep 2012 | Category Supernatural | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 950 | 2 Comments

Ghost. Chapter Five.

Chapter Five When I wasn’t watching the children play and grow, I spent time looking over the shoulder of William while he was at his desk in the study. This was a definite no go zone for female members of the family as this was where all the business of the estate was handled, and not for female ears. It was fast becoming a financial nightmare for William. The income coming from the...

Added 16 Sep 2012 | Category Supernatural | Votes 4 | Avg Score 4.75 | Views 1,038 | 2 Comments

Ghost. Chapter Four.

Chapter Four Sophie, if you remember, was the baby that smiled at me at her birth, the daughter of my sister Joan. She was six years old now, and had been brought over to the hall with her parents for the ball being held in the main hall. I had already wandered around among the guests and now I had returned upstairs and had sat down on one of the sofas that were placed in the corridors...

Added 15 Sep 2012 | Category Supernatural | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,043 | 2 Comments

Ghost. Chapter Three.

Time. That man made name for the passing of the seasons and the years. To me, it had no meaning. It was limitless as far as I could see. I was nearly twenty years of age by this reckoning, and likely to remain so for eternity. But I still wanted to fight time. I wanted my brother to leave that world at the quickest moment possible, and to this end, I was devoting most of my time in his...

Added 14 Sep 2012 | Category Supernatural | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,014 | 2 Comments

Ghost. Chapter Two.

Chapter Two In that instant I was outside of my body to see the pistol ball come erupting out of my chest in a gout of blood and gore and watched myself pitch forward to fall on the carpet. Caroline screamed and then fainted as I turned to see Edward standing near the moving drapes, the pistol still smoking from the fatal shot that had killed me. We both heard the sounds of running...

Added 13 Sep 2012 | Category Supernatural | Votes 4 | Avg Score 4.5 | Views 1,235 | 2 Comments

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