CCC64: The Elders

Crimson’s Creative Challenge #64

“What’s that?”

“What’s what?”

I nodded at the structure. “Them.”

“Oh, them. Them’s the Elders.”

“What elders?”

“The Elders that were here before we came.”

“But nothing was here before we came.”

“The Elders were here.”

I looked at her. She was joshing me, yea? “When?”

“In the Elder Times; when else, of course.”

I didn’t believe her. There was nought but a mud-bank here before we came.

Because to me, they look like three elders, with heads together, discussing what now to do with the town. Though I suppose they could be wishbones. The giant Roc perhaps?

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28 Responses to CCC64: The Elders

  1. Sadje says:

    Elders from a mysterious place seems more appropriate.

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  2. Dale says:

    Wonderful! They do look like “Elders” with their heads together… or giant wishbones, for that matter… Hope this doesn’t influence my own story 😉

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  3. Violet Lentz says:

    Aliens if you ask me……

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  4. Modern art can be strange!

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  5. Very good! ‘Elders’ works, but you really hit on a unique & great idea with ‘wishbones.’

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  6. Laleh Chini says:

    That was very interesting, I could tell.

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  7. Tien Skye says:

    Hey, it does look like three people huddling together, consulting or talking! Great interpretation!

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  8. Deborah says:

    This is good! I really like it Crispina! 😀 ❤

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  10. merrildsmith says:

    Could definitely be Elders. . .or perhaps they’re the children, and the Elders are much bigger and coming back for them. 🙂

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