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Short Story: Wrong Answers

Genre: adventure, puzzle

 

They had a finite number of chances to solve the riddle. The question was how many chances did they have? And was it enough?

“Let’s try this,” the others said as they messed around with the patterns they were supposed to arrange on the wall. The guardian statues’ eyes flashed with every wrong attempt.

“Stop that. You’re wasting our tries,” he said

The puzzle pieces locked into place. The guardians’ eyes blazed red.

“Oops?”

Somewhere, something rumbled.

“Run!”

~End~

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Drabble: On the Edge

Genre: mystery, fantasy

 

He was on the edge of a precipice, and all his wife cared about was things.

“Give me the watch!”

She doesn’t care about you.

He could bring the watch down with him, just to spite her.

Jump. End it all.

He unclipped the watch and tossed it to her as he fell. Despite everything, he still loved her.

The fog over his mind lifted.

Huh? What was he-

A hand pulled him back to solid ground. Dazed, he stared at his friends enemies friends?

The watch sat untouched on the ground.

“And that’s why we don’t touch weird things.”

~End~

Isabel Caves

Poetry, Fiction & Photography

Shawn Writes Stuff

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Little Wee Stories

Very short stories to delight and entertain

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Faristha Kanakkapillai

Skruulraken's Words

The blog of works by Connor R. Ryan.