Knock, Knock #flashfiction

“Knock, knock.”

“Who’s there?”

“Let me in, or you’re dead.”

“What? What did you say?”

“Knock, knock.”

“Who’s there?”

“Let me in, or you’re dead.”

“Look, I’m not playing this game. You’re scaring me and my little sister. My parents will be home soon so you better go, otherwise, Papa will punch you on the nose.”

“Knock, knock.”

“I told you, you’re scaring me. I’m not playing this game anymore.”

“Let me in, or you’re dead.”

“No! I’m not letting you in. Go away…PLEASE!”

For the next sixty-six seconds, there was nothing but total silence until, out of curiosity and as the clock struck six, Angela opened the door and peered out into the garden. Whoever it had been was gone and all seemed normal. That was until Angela began closing the door and noticed that the door knocker was missing.

“Knock, knock” came a voice from behind Angela, as she watched a hand of evil slam the door shut and hear her little sister scream.

#writephoto #flashfiction #shortstoy
Photo Credit: Sue Vincent

Written and as part of the #writephoto challenge from Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

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