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Friday, September 3, 2010

F3 The Lighthouse Cat

     I didn't like this corner. That old wall along Lighthouse gave me the creeps. It had that cat up on the corner. Not like a house cat. It was bigger, scarier. Most people never even looked at it, even though it was ready to pounce.
     I usually tried to ignore it as I went by, and made sure I was on the other side of the street. But today I found myself at the corner before realizing. Stupid text message distracted me.
     I'm waiting for the light to let me cross the street, and I hear this low growl. No one else seems to hear it but me. I look back at the cat, and see its tail slowly curl.

2 comments:

O Vermelho Cegando said...

Eek, I've had this feeling before. Just something that your rational mind can't explain away that makes your skin crawl.
Well-fit to that really eerie photo.

A3Writer said...

Glad you like it. I didn't think it was up to my usual writing.