Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers – No Name Street

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I was lost. The sign at the top of the street said “No Name Street”. My map had no such street name.

The houses looked like so many I had already walked past. Ahead of me, the street turned a curve, and I wondered what lay beyond it.

As I walked past the first house, a voice asked if I was lost?

I couldn’t see from where the voice came so kept going.

“I wouldn’t go down there,” said another faceless voice.

“No telling where you’ll end up in No Name Street,” announced a voice seemingly in my ear.

I stopped in the middle of the street and looked about. I was feeling uneasy, voices with no bodies were unnerving.

“Who are you?” I asked the street.

“Voices of warning,” came the reply.

“I’m lost,” I pleaded.

“Go back then, only the brave step further.”

I felt a small hand slip into mine,  a small boy was beside me. “Come on mister,” he said, “come with me before you get yourself into real trouble.”

 

Written for: https://flashfictionforaspiringwriters.wordpress.com/2018/07/16/fffaw-challenge-174th/

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18 Responses to Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers – No Name Street

  1. Akshata Ram says:

    wow that was something.. was it the little boy then or some sprits?

  2. Is the little boy his inner strength or is he a spirit? Quite an interesting take on the prompt.

  3. Nice one Michael. I haven’t even started my response yet!

  4. Iain Kelly says:

    Wonderful take Michael, really liked the mysterious atmosphere.

  5. rugby843 says:

    One of my favorites of your stories.💚

  6. Awww, I love the ending! A little boy saves him before he gets himself into real trouble. 😀 Great story, Michael!

  7. yarnspinnerr says:

    Lovely intriguing read. Very well imagined.

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