I sit in this chair and ponder the nothingness as it consumes the land that surrounds me.
I sit in this chair and as my earthy energies wane the emptiness compounds on me.
That a world so full of life could be dissolved into nothing but a crust astounds me.
Why before now hasn’t a hero come and found me.
Maybe I am supposed to be the hero and fight the nothingness from within. This thought it empowers me.
I sit in this slowly dissolving chair and read a book from the library of fight and suddenly the nothingness clears.
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10 thoughts on “Nothingness: Friday Fictioneers 100 Word Story Challenge”
Some deep thoughts. I like the fact that reading a book was the inspiration to fight.
Interesting piece. I, too, like it that she finds her will to fight in a book. Well written.
Thank You 🙂
She’s realizing that meditation will only get you so far —then you gotta start paddling. 🙂
Something like that 🙂 🙂 🙂
Thank You 🙂
I absolutely love this Sarah, the realisation that you’re the hero of your own story, Beautifully empowering ❤
Thanks Kelly 🙂 ❤ 🙂