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5 Sentence Fiction – The Perspective of Distance

The one word prompt from Lillie McFerrin’s Five Sentence Fiction this week was ‘Distance‘. I am new to this flash fiction, but will attempt to stay current.

He said he was one of us. The more he spoke the more I thought he was, or at least had been. The more he acted I realized he was not one of us; he had probably never had been. The more I experienced the results of his actions, the more I realized that we were polar opposites. We had always been completely apart.

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Posted by on August 12, 2012 in 5 Sentence Fiction


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