21 thoughts on “Whodunnit”

  1. Sue says:

    really well done

  2. Christina says:

    okay. the photo. the words. i’m gonna have nightmares tonight I just know it!

  3. Madhura says:

    This was goosebumps-on-hand creepy! Well written!

  4. Marcy says:

    Very spooky, especially paired with that photo.

  5. Chilling!! And PERFECT photo to go with it.

  6. paulmclem says:

    Like this one. A photo is so important to me on any story and you have a great one. Can sometimes give you 100 free words i.e. the pic adds so much to the story.

  7. Kay says:

    I love the middle stanza!

  8. Chilling is the perfect word for this. The fact that it’s a poem somehow makes it more disturbing.

  9. shailajav says:

    This is so chilling but so excellently told. Short yet sufficient!


  10. Grisly! (I love grisly.) I like how it could be either fiction or nonfiction, fantasy or horrific reality.

  11. Natalie DeYoung says:

    Ooo, love this! Especially the structure. It builds nicely.

  12. Christine says:

    THAT was terrifying. Makes me remember what it was like to walk home from a friend’s house in the dark. *shivers*

  13. tinsenpup says:

    That is chilling and beautifully written. You made every word count.

  14. Well done, the boogeyman returns. It is so nice to grow up.

  15. Suzanne says:

    Super creepy, Obed! The middle stanza is my favourite. And that picture is perfect.

  16. Ahhhhh. This is chilling. Well done.

  17. Sarah Ann says:

    Very scary. Beautifully written fear.

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