The last wish #FFFAW Challenge #FlashFiction

Something sinister had started to occur in the small town of Minosea.One day a rather odd statue appeared in the heart of the city at Columbus Square.Something like a broken egg pierced by an arrow and what looked like real blood oozed out.It appeared all of a sudden, no had a clue who had placed it there and what did it symbolize?

The next day another statue appeared- that of a girl, half of her face had a smile and the other half was one of angst.This baffled everyone.Some said this was the work of ghosts,others said its a prank.

More statues and pieces of art work kept appearing at Columbus Square,they were unique and carried hidden stories.The police had to find the mischief mongers.

At night they laid a trap to catch the person behind this.They expected some thugs but were surprised to see a little boy and girl pushing a statue.They were ambushed and there was a revelation” These have been made by our grandpa who is very ill.He wanted people to see what he has created,it is his wish before he goes to God.That’s why we have been placing these sculptures here”

(195 words)

This my entry to the flash fiction challenge, Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers hosted by the amazing Priceless Joy. We are given a photo prompt and approximately 75-175 words with which to create our stories. This challenge is open to all who would like to participate. Thank you Jade Wong for the image. Please CLICK HERE for more.

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