Having been a speechwriter for a great potionof my career, I can testify to the need of a musician to sit in a corner and chase the scary spirits away.
Well composed... Love it! :-)JJRod'z
I like it!
How can I get one of those spirited ghostwriters over to MY house? NaNoWriMo begins tomorrow! Yikes!Clever idea.
Nice, and very appropriate for this coming Halloween.
Incantation will ever be present in the toolkit of the wordsmith.
slowly creeps the witching hour...
You brought the time of year into this perfectly.
Yeah...I like it!!
Oh, I like this so much. Goes great with the prompt of an empty chair and typewriter, and love the play on 'ghost writer'!
A wonderful take on the prompt, Laurie! xxxxj
Wonderfully done, Laurie. I love the idea of the player piano. (I've always wanted one.)And I can really relate to "ghostwriter"!Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel
Blends in nicely to cater for our spooked few days to come!
Player piano - perfect! Nice piece, to be sure.
Two kinds of keys working in tandem! An interesting scenario!
..loved the repetitions of some lines.. and your take goes easily with the prompt.. great take!(:~Kelvin
Suppose she suddenly spots that the typewriter is playing the tune and the player-piano is . . . Ooerrr!
Ghost writers, indeed! :)
"incense burning, lights dimming" a perfect stage scenario for the sequence of possible events unravelling in the spooky tales!!
Spooky! I love the smell of incense - I wonder if it would inspire my writing?
I'm imagining the 'ghost' writer as a ghost, so the typewriter going on its own, and the piano playing on its own..., lol, flickering lights...perfect take for All Hallows Eve!
Oh, this one is really fun, and clever..you are a star!!
Something eery in this photo, for sure. Fun!
ooo...nice and haunting magpie...mine is a cymballed monkey that sits in the corner clanging and chittering...bwahaha...smiles.
Love it!! I would need a ghost writer if I had to go back to using a typewriter... :)
Laurie I love the two types of keys and their entaglement...
those untold tales are the most gripping
For some strange reason, I read this one in Tom Waits' voice.I have to say, it made for a very interesting experience! :DCheers,Arnab Majumdar on SribbleFest.com
spooky and chilly...I love it.
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