Today’s word prompt is by Jocelyn Rish because I liked its tone of desperation. And in contrast, I’ve chosen this sunny picture from Anna Smith, just to see what sparks would fly when the two opposite tones meet.
He would walk to his son, and be the father, walk to his mother and be her son. He would do it, he told himself as he took another step, waving away the help again— he would do it, or die trying.
If you liked this story you might like some of the stories I wrote for my A to Z last year.
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