a cure for the common block


Andrew put his pen to paper and gave life to an entire world, filled with landscapes and seas, populated with all manner of creatures, gigantic and miniscule, brimming with culture and history and love and war, never stopping to think, just letting the words flow, letting the lives meander and intersect. He dedicated fifty pages to this entire world he called Wick, then set them aside, never to be read by anyone else, only to be used as reference material for the story he was compelled to write; the journey of a dying creature called a Mukkel, making its way to the graveyard for its kind.

#ShortShortStories #Homecoming


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  1. Tom Kiehnhoff on said:

    I enjoyed this

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