Twittering Tales #138

After 30 indecisive years, she took the 35mm wedding photos from the forgotten reaches of the wardrobe, removed dust and gunge, and sent them off for digital copies. Then continued with her perfect life. Weeks later, Detectives arrived and arrested her. It wasn’t the wedding photos. (280 Characters) Tuesday is Twittering Tales Day. Thanks Kat! … Continue reading Twittering Tales #138

Twittering Tales #137

Those that survived named it the Bullet Spider (Bulla Araneae), a mutant species; a consequence of the fifth great nuclear incident. It had a voracious appetite for Silica. No window was safe. Then it invited its spidery companion the Humanis Carnivoris Araneae. In colossal numbers. (279 chars) It’s Tuesday and I’m more or less on … Continue reading Twittering Tales #137

Twittering tales #134

She took the twine bound bundle of musky letters from the box on top of the wardrobe. Amongst the love letters was an official letter dated the 2nd of September 1945. Without opening she mouthed the contents. “… we’re sorry to inform you that his injuries proved fatal …” (272 characters) I’m really enjoying the … Continue reading Twittering tales #134