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For those who are new, Rochelle shares a photo prompt to which several #FridayFictioneers compose a 100-word flash of fiction.
Come, let your body rest before you begin your next fantastic journey.
This, from May 2012.
Here’s my contribution:
I Pray You Sing (a letter from Rachel)
I’m sorry. I haven’t always been easiest or prettiest and certainly I’ve let you down. Please understand, I’ve been angry. Children can be. So I ran.
Laying here, grasses crushed beneath, I wonder, can I still feel? Soothing sun. Coaxing breeze. Branches sway. Naked. As I am. Unblinking, imagining our world whole, yet, color fades, Mother, shudder, my heart stops.
Now, I traverse this awakening of permanent sleep, my understanding greater, my love for you ever deeper.
Left me here. Alone.
Cry for me not, Mother. I pray you sing, for I am coming Home.