Ghost Gallery (Friday Fictioneers)

Ghost Gallery (Friday Fictioneers)


“Let’s start with the dream.”

Lily’s therapist, David, fixed his eyes on her and tapped his pen against his notebook.

Lily nodded, once. The tapping pounded in her ears. Maybe talking would make it stop.

“I am at the ghost gallery.”

“The art exhibits?”

“The floating white shapes remind me of ghosts.”

“And the ghosts talk to you.”

“I hear their voices. They tell me things.” A pause. “Future things.”

“Like someone is going to kill you.”


David’s frustration builds. “The men watching you, Lily, who are they?”

Silence. Except….

David noticed her pupils widen.

Game Over. She knows.

Friday Fictioneers is a weekly challenge to write a complete story in 100 words or less based on a photo prompt. Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting this challenge and Roger Bultot for this week’s prompt. Go Here to read more stories.

39 thoughts on “Ghost Gallery (Friday Fictioneers)

    1. I focused on the two men watching the woman in purple instead of the art work. The therapist does not have Lily’s best interest at heart and he realizes she knows that. The 100-word limitation didn’t work for me this time. I hope you liked it, just the same.

  1. Nicely done, the story worked well from my piont of view. I hope she turns the tables on them.

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