I had a choice as to what to use as my photo this week, but as I went to the end of the Prince of Wales Pier near me, I decided to use one of the photos I took there. Some of the views from the pier are incredible. You can see the castle in all its glory, and the White Cliffs of Dover look spectacular. I decided to use one I took of a lighthouse though as I liked the way it looked.
Every week a photo is used as a prompt for photo fiction. I thought I would get this done now as I won’t have time any other point in the week. If you want to take part in the 200 word challenge, head over to:
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Six-year-old Kasey looked from the post box, to the letter in her hand, to the post box again. She knew she had to post the letter, but the thought of actually having her hand near the big red thing scared her. What if there was a monster in there waiting to gobble her up?
Kasey took a deep breath and stepped towards the monolithic construction. She stopped when she thought she heard a sound from it. She looked behind her and her mum waved her on, smiling. Kasey figured there was no monster there if her mum was sending her further.
She took another step forward and it looked like the opening changed to teeth. She involuntarily stepped back and turned, terrified, to look at her mum again. She still smiled, but this time, it seemed a black cloud surrounded her, and her eyes were red. Tears were now falling down her cheeks as the terror overwhelmed her. She squeezed her eyes shut and opened them again, to see everything normal.
Isak, her ten-year-old brother, took the letter and posted it. “See,” he said in triumph, “It’s just a post box”.
Then it turned into a monster and ate him.