Wall of Words ~ Tryst Fiction

Wall of Words ~ Tryst Fiction

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I walked up to the wall where thousands had already stood.

My eyes falling upon the written messages of those who came to see the devastation.

The aftermath of crumbled stone and broken glass was everywhere, in the center of the city.

I run my hand over the wall of words.

The only thing left standing is now a shrine of lyrical hope.

 

 ~ J. Lefever

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A Lillie McFerrin Piece ~ Five Sentence Fiction

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What it’s all about: Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. Each week I will post a one word inspiration, then anyone wishing to participate will write a five sentence story based on the prompt word. The word does not have to appear in your five sentences, just use it for direction.

 

This week: WORDS

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15 responses to “Wall of Words ~ Tryst Fiction

    • Thank you friend. I have stood in a situation much like I tell in this story before… It is moving to see a wall of written hope… 🙂 Thank you for visiting Tryst!! Xo

    • Yep. When something went crumbling down to the ground… the people gathered and wrote words of hope on the one remaining stone wall… (I have some personal experience with a situation like this…) Thank you for visiting Tryst! XO ~ Jen

    • Thank you Barbara!! This piece is very special to me… in a very personal way… the whole story, it is, so real. And for words to help heal… this is also very real… Thank you for coming by Tryst!! Always a pleasure!! XoXo ~ Jen

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