Friday Fictioneers – Light at the End

© Stephen Baum
© Stephen Baum

Every time you feel that tenseness in your chest.

Every time you feel that sudden dizziness.

Every time you pass a semi.

Every time you cross a bridge.

Every time you take the stairs.

Every time you take the elevator.

Every time you look out the fifth floor window.

It could break.  It could snap.  It could be cancer.  It could be a stroke.  It could be a heart attack.  It could hit you.  It could drop you.

We are balanced on the tiniest head of a needle on a floating orb next to a giant fire star.

The End.

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15 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Light at the End”

  1. Absolutely. Sometimes it’s amazing that we all are still alive. And then: life can be incredibly tough, and last and last. Or be over in a second. Great, thought-provoking take on the prompt.

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