#Writesiration 52 Weeks in 52 Words: What happened next.

This week our tormentor Sacha Black has given us a photograhic prompt and asking us in 52 Words no more no less,What happened next.

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Dawn arrives I walk out on the breakwater. In front deep water behind  a shallow lido. I have been gone for days no one’s missed me. For some reason I leave my mobile on the rocks.

I step forward to oblivion and peace, as I sink beneath the waves my phone rings.


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16 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ritu
    Oct 11, 2017 @ 18:16:15

    Oh… this crossed my mind too… good take sis ❤

    Reply

  2. cathleentownsend
    Oct 12, 2017 @ 03:32:10

    A sad tale, but very evocative.

    Reply

  3. Lynz Real Cooking
    Oct 12, 2017 @ 17:13:44

    This is a sad but very powerful take!

    Reply

  4. Mick E Talbot
    Oct 13, 2017 @ 00:55:40

    I read to much into what you write
    Between the lines fills me with fright
    Being such an emotional guy
    Then the photo told me why
    I looked again and then I cried
    Shouted the irony your phone
    Made me feel prone, alone
    For I twice took that journey
    True, its why you scared me.
    Back to reality, it is the truth those last two lines. The first was a broken heart, I was 18/19 saved myself. The second and more recent was to do with my health. Cutting a short story even shorter, I was found, and seeing the strife I caused my family, never again. Why, going blind! Please no aw’s, it was a selfish act, and though I brought the subject up I’d sooner not discuss it any further, period.

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  5. Mick E Talbot
    Oct 13, 2017 @ 20:10:25

    🥀 I forgot they only work on our own pages!

    Reply

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