Welcome to Rainbow Snippets! Every Saturday, six sentences of LGBTQ+ fiction are posted and shared. They can be your own. They can be someone else’s. They just need to be LGBTQ+.
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For mine, Peter is picking off where he left off on Wednesday (QueerBlogWed) in Unwilling to Be Yours. Dealing with an unseen hostile presence, which seems to emit from a painting on the Navel’s wall…
It was hard to say what its subject matter was. Sometimes, I could make out the faint form of a boy, or was it a man?
Whomever he was, he got lost in all the colors in the painting.
The most dominant hue was a cold, whitish silver. I reminded me of bone, a knife, or a spider web, intermingling, yet somehow separate. Somehow hinting at sinister secrets the artist chose to taunt and terrify the viewer with.
None of these objects remained still or static.