Drabble: Summer Love by Jamie Lackey

by specklit

The spirit drifted above the trees, surveying her domain. Frost covered the pine trees as the last day of fall faded, leaving the campground in darkness.

She floated to lake’s still surface, and ice crystals spread like flowers at her feet. She wished she could cry, or scream, or sleep.

Ripples cracked the thin ice as a canoe slipped into the water. A familiar face peered over its bow.

So, he hadn’t gone, and she could still smile.

He held out his hand, and she took it. The canoe drifted away, empty, but not, and two spirits floated away together.

Author’s Note: I never went to summer camp, but they seem like a good place for ghost stories.


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