Flash Fiction 100

Do you remember what you told me?

You said that every dark moment had something to offer. You told me not to fight so hard, but to spend that energy searching for fuel. Fuel for the future. The future I wanted, and the one I didn’t. You said these new memories would fortify my resolve, (and they did). You told me to embrace my dark moments, to stare them down until peace rushes in, and that when it did, (and it always does), the way forward would be clear. 

You were right. About everything. 

Your words made all the difference.

3 thoughts on “Flash Fiction 100

  1. Hello! I’ve spent quite some time on your blog reading all of your incredible writings. Actually I am a freshman in college majoring in English, my biggest dream is to become an author. I was wondering if you would be willing to read over some of my writings or if you had any tips in general. Can’t wait to see more of your posts! Most of my writings can be found on thelittleblackjournal.tumblr.com my longer pieces do not show up on this page, but if you would be willing to email me (cierajaye@gmail.com) I would love to have such a distinct writer like you to look over my work. Thank you and have a great day/night!

    1. Hi Ciera. Thank you for your kind words. I read your tumblr:-) you have some lovely sentences. I always look for that perfect string of words, that just reek of magic. I’m sure you know what I mean. That’s why we do thus, right? I am currently working on a screenplay. It’s much harder than I imagined it would be (never written one before). Keep writing every day, even if it’s only for 5 minutes. Wishing you a blessed 2017. Tessa.

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