escape

I was trapped in a labyrinth, and the memories crawling behind me forced me into an intersection. The left and right hallways were dimly lit, yet unsure. There was also the option to go straight, but the path declined into darkness. The mind was a difficult place to escape from.


Oh whoop-de-doo, look who wrote a moment instead of a story! At least I’m improving… I hope. One of (many to come) 50-word stories.

✪ Angie

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4 thoughts on “escape

  1. Don’t get many fantasy 50-word stories. It is great that you recognize it as a moment! It is a good moment. It does have forward movement, however, when the narrated is forced into the intersection. What force them into the intersection I wonder?

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