Under Here – Friday Fictioneers

Armed agents secured the area. The recovery team searched the abandoned store on the old road up the mountain range both inside and out.

Someone noticed the large, white graffiti-painted letters PHERE above the entrance, threw out the P, and asked for a ladder. What they were looking for was spread thinly beneath the paint. They carefully replaced the items with fakes.

I’d like to say these were the good guys, but if they were, why were they up there? Anyway I doubt they realized that they weren’t the first to find the stuff I hid there.

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields offers the photo below taken by Carole Erdman-Grant as this week’s Friday Fictioneers prompt.

PHOTO PROMPT © Carole Erdman-Grant

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

35 thoughts on “Under Here – Friday Fictioneers”

    1. I do think the “phere” may have meant “fear”. If I had to write more than a few sentences, I don’t think I could keep a story going for long. Thank you, Mary!


  1. Answering your comment on my post (just to give your blog another comment!): I think that is definitely some kind of evil spirit behind it, be it “Jezebel” or something like it with the situation!

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