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Moving On

Moving On

It’d been awhile. But, perhaps, he wondered, it only seemed that way and felt that way, that feeling of the stretch of the memory to a time full of the voices of the friends who were now far across the world, or working sixteen-hour days. He remembered hearing, “You’ll be okay.” He thought he was.

I posted this 55-word piece of microfiction for the 2013 All In! Young Writers Festival. I was prompted to do so after I read the ones an old friend of mine posted for it.

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