Weekly Writing Challenge: Fifty #DPChallenge #WritersWednesday

For this week’s challenge, you must write a fifty-word story. Not five thousand, not five hundred, but precisely fifty words.

riverIt looked familiar. That place I knew, without knowing its name. The river, the willow trees, the narrow path close to the water edge.

Then I heard your voice, and I walked in your direction. How quiet was the world, how fast my heart was beating. How dead we were.

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