Midnight Nightmare – Flash Fiction

Sharing flash fiction piece by Jo Hawk –

Jo Hawk

Written for BrewNSpew Café Writing Prompt
Thanks, Eugenia.

Photo by chmyphotography on Unsplash

I must sleep. It’s been hours, days, and yet it terrifies me. Sitting on the edge of my crumpled bed, I grasp my head in my hands. Alone in the dark, I’ve barred the doors, checked them twice, and my mind says I am safe. It tells me to relax, find my pillow, close my eyes, and fall asleep.

I listen to my good advice, lie down, exhale, and breathe deeply. It lasts until I begin to toss and turn, and my legs tangle in the sheets.  I reach for gossamer bindings that dissolve as I touch them, releasing me so I can stand and walk toward my bedroom door. I step outside.

Fog, mist, vapors rise, obscuring my vision of the road and the black leafless trees. Animal eyes wink in the distance, judging me, hunting me…

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4 replies

  1. Thank you for sharing, Eugenia. 💕❤💕

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  2. Beautifully written beautifully


  3. Wonderfully written, so visually descriptive..

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