Microfiction: Evening Walk

Walks by the dusky seashore are lifesavers.

No matter how useless my life seems, my walk is efficacious in raising my spirits. I am not abashed in admitting how weak I feel throughout the day.  I am only this far from putting a bullet in my head and disappearing into the seas, like the sun.

Not just yet though…


Prompts:

Weekend Writing Prompt #96 – Seashore

#BlogBattle: Dusk

The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS March 9/19

OPPOSITES ATTRACT CHALLENGE #6

RDP Saturday: WALK

 

Image Source – https://fineartamerica.com/featured/seashore-sunset-lahinch-county-clare-the-irish-image-collection

 

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35 comments

      1. I’m alright thanks. I’ve not been writing for a while as I can’t get enough focus to get back into it, as a result I’d almost forgotten about WordPress. I’m finding new stuff for the site now and should be inconsistently posting again now. I’ll still be looking for bits to read so keep going!👍

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  1. This is a powerful piece. I’m amazed that you’ve managed to cram a complete sense of character arc into so few words! Micro fiction is nearer to poetry, I think, and is extremely difficult to pull of. Very well done.

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