New Flash Fiction: “Where We Used to Play” [reblog]

I have a new flash piece up on Spreading the Writer’s Word for the Ladies of Horror Flash Picture Prompt Challenge. Check out “Where We Used to Play” at the link below! Thanks for reading.

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Where We Used to Play
by Sonora Taylor

Do you remember where we used to play? I do. I think about it every day, that abandoned building that we never quite knew what to call. I said it was a hospital. You said it was a fort. We both agreed it was the perfect place to play.
I still see its walls, smell the earth and mold that I imagined was the smell of bones. I see the gaps that once were windows, light spilling in and turning to shadows the minute it entered the room. I remember seeing you in the light, surrounded by dust that danced in the air as you sketched in your notebook. I looked over your shoulder and saw a creepy, crazy scene of a spaceship, two aliens, and a girl who was all tied up. The aliens had…

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