There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Boscombe Valley Mystery
The amazing painting had gripped his interest. He stood in that long empty hall and gazed entranced at the canvas. He had the gallery to himself at that time of the morning, plus not many people visited the museum of abstract art any more. Not since the museum of television opened up next door. You could chart the rapid decrease in culture directly in correlation to the rise of television.
Standing in awe of the use of multifarious colour, the ingenuity of the artist, the almost melodious explosion of shape and form, he was taken by surprise when the monster emerged from the image and ate him for breakfast.
The Deceptisaurus is a creature known for its cunning and ability to blend into the background. Everyone knew that. That’s why it was called the Deceptisaurus. It was an obvious fact and there is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.
This story was written for the 50 Word Thursday challenge, this week hosted by The Haunted Wordsmith. See her post below:
I have also included the following word prompts: