Thank you to ~DangoLovesYou
for particpating in the prompt "The Gods Must be Crazy" with her piece:
Tragedy“Have you finished your tragedy yet?” May 21 - May 27A Fork in the Road
“I wish,” you sigh, turning your eyes toward the sky. The air is cleaner today. You can see some faint layers of blue beyond the normal brown tint of the atmosphere. It soothes your corroding lungs as you take deep, appreciative breaths.
“You only just started it, haven’t you?” Quinn asks, sounding not quite wary. More like frayed around the edges of his interest in life. He’s walking next to you, hands in his jean pockets in the usual Quinn fashion.
“You know me so well,” you mutter quietly. It’s a struggle to not become so mesmerized
This will be your chance to get really introspective. We've all lived through moments in our lives where we're just so sure that we could have done something different. Maybe we could have changed things. Think about one of these moments from your life where you made a choice and write a poem or short story about the choice you could
have made and the life that resulted from it.
The members pick for the prompt "I Start My Day" is ~Estafina
with their wonderful piece:
The End of TimeI start my day like no other man in the entire universe. It begins with the waking, to just a little less light each morning. Then the perpetual hours of watching and waiting, waiting for death.Please read these rules before submitting.Submit all current prompt entries to this folder. Current PollPlease read the voting rules.
I’m the only one who has been this far out. This far forward in time. There’s a perfectly good reason why I’m the only one. I went too far. I went all the way to the end of all time, and now I can’t go back. I’m officially the very last time pilot in the entire universe, in all the universes, but no one will ever know except me.
I’ve been marooned here for three weeks by Earth time, watching Time pass on the other