This post is written for Three Line Tales Week 82 hosted by Sonya. The challenge is to write a three line tale for the supplied image.
photo by Samuel Zeller via Unsplash
When the looks disappear and the name wipes out, every bone that is left away, tells a story.
The story that glimpses capture, The story that perceive-r visualizes.
Told, untold, mystery and history.
It was absurd for first 70 pages. Being a fan of Stephen King, I did not wanted to give up reading. As I progressed, it turned out to be magical and one of my favorites.
Carrie White is telekinetic. She has powers to lift things with her mind control. The thoughts of the book wondered in my mind for a week after completing it.
Anyone who is into mystery and thriller, this one is a must read!
Short story “The Mystery of Maya” is written for the Mondays Finish the Story Challenge – July 20, 2015. The task is, given the image and starting line, to complete the story in 100 to 150 words.
The petroglyphs told the story of an unusual event. All the college friends who had come for weekend trip were deeply looking at petroglyphs and trying to decode what it meant. Just then, Maya hoped ahead and exclaimed, “I somehow feel related to it!”.
One of the friends replied, “Yeah, there is a picture of monkey over there”. There were giggles.
2000 years ago,
Little Maya had coined her own symbolic language. It had become traditional and household. She had a very strong belief that she in her next rebirth will come and read the story about herself.
How will Maya ever know that she was the one who had written it along with a secret message? The symbolic language was now extinct.
Life is such a mystery! Who knows?? The untold story associated with us!
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