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Friday Fictioneers: A Tale for Halloween

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Come nightfall, I’ll slip into one of those three chairs.

At first, people will think I’m a pretend vampire, outdoors enjoying Halloween. Then some youth dressed as a ghost will say, ‘Hey, cool outfit.’

And his lithe girlfriend, kitted out like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, will compliment me further. ‘Spooky makeup and classy fangs.’

These hot-blooded revellers will fit the two empty coffins back at my crypt to perfection.

Would you care to join me?’

In life, I was a gambler; so too, am I in death. The street light. The window. Will they notice too late that I’ve no reflection?

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Friday Fictioneers: 100 word stories

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27 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: A Tale for Halloween

  1. Hmm. I guess they probably won’t. Nice one.

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  2. Deliciously spooky story this Sarah, love it…no reflection there! Happy Halloween 😀

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  3. Spooktacular!! 🙂 Well crafted Sarah.

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  4. Very spooky tale, Sarah. 😯

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  5. You sound like a blood thirsty vampire! I better be careful tonight. 🙂

    Lily

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  6. Of course they won’t notice. It’s a perfect plan. Good story.

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  7. Well thought out.

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  8. Hmm, very nice. I loved the voice of a vampire.

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  9. This is great, Sarah. Loved it. I think the vampire will have whatever he wants!

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  10. Love this one Sarah, great conclusion 🙂

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  11. Dear Sarah,

    Very rarely do I read a vampire story that I like. This is indeed an exception. Nicely done.

    shalom,

    Rochelle

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    • Dear Rochelle

      This is the first complete vampire story I’ve ever written, so I’m really glad you liked it.

      In a lengthier comedy fantasy story of mine, I did mention a vampire on passing. On that occasion, he was a misfit who went out in the sunlight and kept waylaying passers-by, asking them to bite him!

      All the best
      Sarah

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  12. ha ha! my kind of creepy!!

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