“Write a story or post with an open ending, and let your readers invent the conclusion.” –The Daily Post
The other night, I was up late working on my marketing assignment when I realized how hungry I was. I was looking for some sort of snack so I walked over to the refrigerator, where I came across a cup of blue jello.
I peeled off the top, took a bite of it and suddenly noticed that it was a bit too blue for comfort. Instinctively, I took my jello, went into my backyard, and walked and walked through the woods until I was so far away that I couldn’t see my home anymore. It was dark, cold, and eerie out, but I was on a mission. Once my home was out of sight, I decided I was ready to scoop out my jello onto a carcass, returning it’s jelloey-energy to the place from which it once came. As the jello was about to drop, I noticed something. There was something behind one of the trees ten, maybe twenty, feet away. I could not tell what he/she/it was. All I knew was that it was tall. I couldn’t quite see the face. It had a long and somewhat thin and slender figure. I quickly squeezed the cup of jello onto the carcass and then as I looked back up, it was behind a tree much closer to me. I took a few steps back. My heart started racing. I looked down to check on what I was stepping on and realized that it was a person’s body. A human body just laying on the ground. Then I looked back up and… (Feel free to leave your own ending in the comments below!)