An interesting write which is cleverly written from the perspective of the ghostly child. The why cant I leave the wardrobe being the giveaway. Using this viewpoint(the viewpoint of a child) made it thought provoking because on the one hand it portrays the innocence of a child asking questions that can never be answered and on the other raises the question what will the child be asking when it gets reduced to bones and as its bones crumble which then leads me to think would the child have gone mad by then or will some celestial being have come to rescue the poor little spirit and taken it onto a more heavenly plane. A piece that grows the fascination of the reader the deeper you dig into the prose. Best wishes Milly x
Wow. I have to agree with Milly on this one. This is definitely an interesting- and haunting- point of view that is very well written and equally portrayed.
It brings up so many unanswered questions for the reader and even with such short lines brings so much power with each and every single word.
This is phenominal.