Three Line Tales 249

Welcome to Week 249 of Three Line Tales. photo by Lavkush Gupta via Unsplash You’ll find full guidelines on the TLT page – here’s the tl;dr: Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt (& give them a title if possible). Link back to this post (& check the link shows up under the weekly post). Tag your post with 3LineTales (so everyone can find […]

Three Line Tales 249

The crepuscular canary settled on the branch of the dead tree, singing to the Void.

Since it was visible only under the light of full moon and had beautiful voice, it fetched high prices on the black market.

But none of the creatures, supernatural and natural alike, realised that as the crepuscular canaries were hunted to extinction, the normal and paranormal worlds were collapsing to nothingness…


100 Word Wednesday: 173

100 Word Wednesday: Week 173 On – Join us as we weave our 100 words using the this week’s image. What 100 words will you write?

100 Word Wednesday: 173

“See Y’all Soon!”

But the shop never saw any of its customers again. To be more accurate, the town never had any visitors since then.

Everyone was puzzled. Where did the tourists and visitors go? Even the occasional backpackers did not stroll into their town. And the town depended much on tourist spending.

But what the townspeople did not realise was, the tourists did not disappear — the town did.

What was the name of that town again?

Crimson’s Creative Challenge #104

CCC104 Welcome to my weekly challenge—open to all—just for FUN, FUN, FUN Here’s how it works: Every Wednesday I post a photo (this week it’s that one…

Crimson’s Creative Challenge #104

Yes sir, is there anything I can help you with? Oh, the chaise longue? I’m sorry, it’s not for sale. There is a reason why we put the yellow danger tape around it.

No, sir, the skeleton is not a Halloween decoration. It’s actually—have care! Sir, please step away from the chaise longue! I must insist! It’s cursed. Whoever sits on it will remain there until the end of days!

I can see in your eyes that you don’t believe, but it’s the solemn truth. You know, we have plenty more sofas and chaises. Come this way, good sir. I trust you will not abuse my faith. This way, sir.


Sir! No! Please don’t — Oh good lord, no!

AN: Well, the format is slightly different because I’m using mobile app to write this and frankly speaking, the app irks me so much I want to quit writing this a few times. But I had fun writing this silly little Halloween story though. A tad late but still…