The Castle – Alastair’s Photo Fiction

Another fabulous Flash Fiction challenge. Give it a try.


AnElephantCant forget this view
He saw it just before he crossed over
When he visited his pal
Our host here Big Al
Who has a house under the White Cliffs of Dover

This is a weekly invitation to write a short piece of fiction (c. 150 words) based on a photo prompt (below) provided by Alastair.
Follow the link to see some great stories by some great writers.
But please read AnElephant’s short piece first.
You know you want to!

The Castle

He leads a vast army.
Yet the castle remains impregnable.
In 1,000 years it has never been taken by force.
But he knows a way.
He has a friend inside.
A friend who knows the secrets of the fortress and the rock.
Who knows the secret passage through the chalk.
They communicate using pigeons, smoke, whistles and notes on stones.
He learns of the hidden door and…

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