This week's Story Starter is a small beginning to a story. Write a story or poem inspired by the paragraphs below. You can use the "beginning" anywhere in your story; it doesn't just have to start your story. Or you can just use it to inspire a completely different story having nothing to do with the sentences below.
The moon's light glinted off the tombstones, surrounding the cemetery in an iridescent light. Tammy didn't think it was a good idea to come to the cemetery; she'd only come along at the insistence of her friends. They thought it would be fun to see who was brave enough to stay in the cemetery the longest.
But then Tammy saw the grey-colored hand, with torn and eaten-away flesh, start to push its way up out of the ground.
As always, I love to read what you are writing, so please copy and paste your story or poem into the comments, if you would like to share.