Microfiction: Hole

A glimpse into the unseen from the Dark Netizen. Enjoy!

The Dark Netizen

It was a quiet night.

I was returning from the market when it happened. The town went completely dark. The sky began glowing an ethereal blue. It took me a few minutes to notice the moon. It was gone. And in its place, was a hole that had opened up in the sky. It took me a few more moments to realize that there was no one around me anymore. Everyone had vanished. Try as much, I could not move a muscle.
A shadowy figure began materializing in front of me. A boy. He had no features on him. However, I could hear him speak to me, greeting me. I realized I could not reply. The hole began vanishing as suddenly as it had appeared. As the shadow boy began disappearing and the other townsfolk began reappearing I could hear his final words.

Remember, we are always around you…Always…


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11 thoughts on “Microfiction: Hole

  1. Can I say how much I LOVE this? And I believe every word. Creatively gorgeous.

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  2. Something about coming home from the market makes this short fiction even more savory.

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  3. mylilplace says:

    I might have to sleep with the light on tonight. Nicely done! It feels too real and now my imagination will run amok with it.

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  4. inhiscare753 says:

    Intrigued by your story from being to end. Everything was so vivid, it was like being there… In that “Micro-Hole,” those words… where always here plaguing my mind.
    I absolutely enjoyed your story, as you can tell 😊✅

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