Every week a photo is used as a prompt to create a story in about 200 words. If you want to have a go, then click on the Sunday Photo Fiction image, and if you want to read other stories, then click on the blue frog image.
“What are going to do to it?” Peta asked, looking at the stone contraption in the middle of the crossroads. Her brother, Aran, had an evil glint in his eye as he threw her a can of spray paint. “We’re going to make it look like something spectacular. Whatever this is.”
“Don’t you know anything? It’s a wodjacallit thingummyjig whojikapiv, ain’t it,” Peta replied matter of factly.
“How do you know that?” an astounded Aran asked, standing and looking at her and trying to see if she made this up.
“Saw it on a website, didn’t I? There was a picture of it, and people were asked to write stories, and one guy said it was one.”
“Well, what does it do then?”
“I don’t know. He didn’t say. But apparently someone killed his wife and her lover near one. Someone did say that it is tapped for luck though, and it makes you hear things like drums.”
Aran stepped back from the stone structure and looked at his sister nervously. “You’re making this up. Tell me you’re making this up.”
“I’m not. I read that when alight, it keeps beasts away from you. Hey, come back. Don’t run away!”
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There are references to other stories that have been written this week. A pity I didn’t have the words to include something from all stories.