No one believes him that he had been listening to voices at midnight, at calm silent noon.

He looked absently the illustration in the ghostwritten manuscript. A harper, two children, a crowd seems like to be sort of priests or from the choir; there’s a  dinosaur or some sort of lizard peeping from the corner. He had seen this painting somewhere. He felt suddenly relaxed and dizzy at the same time as a humming sound reached him. The belly of the grasshopper, that was sitting on the staircase’s railing ball, opened and three little elves jumped out of it.

Inspired by the tale The Elves and The Shoemaker

Friday Fictioneers 03/08/2017                                   

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 Photo Credit Shaktiki Sharma                                                

Sunday Strange Microfiction 03/05/2017

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Painting by Hans Thoma (1839-1924)

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18 thoughts on “The Ghostwriters

  1. To all the Friday Fictioneers, thanks for your help through reviews and comments…soon I’m going to write a story based on this Microfiction…will share with you all…thank you very much…

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