Postcard Fiction: desrever








At night
lost and found
are reversed and
there is only one

For Jane Dougherty’s Sunday Strange microfiction challenge…an eerie illustration to a Russian folk tale by Ivan Bilibin, below.


There are some truly wonderful responses this week…go to Jane’s post and check them out.


My collage boxes, however, are still stuck in the between.

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8 responses to “Postcard Fiction: desrever”

  1. merrildsmith says :

    The in-between definitely suits this strange illustration.

  2. Jane Dougherty says :

    Such a lot of images that could be seen as disturbing, yet the child isn’t afraid, so why should we be? She sees what we don’t.

    • memadtwo says :

      That’s what struck me right away from the illustration…the girl is clearly not afraid. Fear often gets in the way of what we are able to see, as I know from my own experience.

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