Everything works out in the end – FFF39

There’s light above me, but even though I reach out I cannot touch it. 

Sun rays penetrate the water and under any other circumstances I would admire their beauty. 

I feel weightless, yet I continue to sink, the story of my life surrounding me, notebooks, photographs and letters, everything documented, but never to be seen. 

Before all this happened, when you still loved me, you would have told me everything works out in the end. 

Not this time I think to myself as I look down at the concrete boots you have fastened around my feet. 

This is my end. 

Love the song choice this week from Matt over at The Book Blogger for this weeks Flash Fiction Foray. I’m really enjoying these challenges, I love just listening to the music and seeing where it takes me. It might help  too, if you listened to the song while reading, you might understand better where my wonky little mind was wandering to.

This week after a little tweaking I think I once again came in on 100 words. 

If you would like to try this for yourself, you can find all the information in relation to this weeks challenge HERE

For more information about the Flash Fiction Foray event itself, click HERE



18 thoughts on “Everything works out in the end – FFF39

    • I hope you didn’t think I was rude for not replying, but I only found your comment, you had been relegated to my Spam folder, I’m guessing because of the link you shared.
      That’s one of the reasons I don’t do these kinds of things, thanks for thinking of me though. Hope you’ve got over your virus!

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  1. Haha wow I see what you mean, this is a very sinister take! I really enjoy the fact that the mood is more resigned and mournful (accepting, that’s the word) than frantic, which I think adds to the feel. I’m glad to hear you’re enjoying the challenge, thanks for taking part!

    Best wishes, Matt


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