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100 Word Challenge: Lost and Found


He sat on the ramshackle steps, broken with grief and despair. After all, they had barely survived, was this the end?

The sickness had taken what little family they had. The riots, their jobs. The fires, their possessions. They escaped the ruins with only their lives.

But the pains came far too early. Somehow, the old woman had heard the cries in the dark and took them in. Now he waited for the worst.

But it was not the end. The feeble voice beckoned him into the dark room. She looked at him through tired, shining eyes. “This is Hope.”

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Part of the fascinating “100 Word Challenge” project by Darleen Click over at Protein Wisdom. She hit it out of the park. Again. Join in! (If you don’t have a blog, leave your story in the comments.)

My previous stories here: Waiting, The Rite, Payback

Jimmie with his own eerie tale, and a round-up of  several others.

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