Her mother’s words still rang in her ears, “If you go Beyond, you can never come back!”
It wasn’t a threat; it was just reality. No one who had crossed the bridge ever came back.
The mountain was her home. On it and in it were family and friends and peace. Every cave and crevice, every tree and stream were familiar haunts. How could she even think of abandoning all that she had ever known?
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This story is part of the fascinating “100 Word Challenge” project started by Darleen Click over at Protein Wisdom. Darleen is taking a break but expects to be back at it soon. In the meantime, I was really missing writing micro-fiction, so I decided to set one up. When all else fails, do it your dang self!
Take part in Friday Fiction (or whenever you get around to it)! Leave your link in the comments or email it to me at oddlysaid [at] gmail, and I’ll put you right here! The idea is simple: using the image as your inspiration/jumping off point, write a 100 word piece of fiction. It’s fun and challenging, and I love reading how different people are inspired by the same picture. If you don’t have a blog or other platform, just leave your story in the comments.
I got the photo from Unsplash, a great source for Creative Commons images.