City of sand

More from the imagination, this flash fiction from Sonia. Happy Reading!

Postcard from life lately

Diana I do not fight against it any more, because I love your prompts, and this is my take on your  March Challenge.

Thank you


pixabay image by Natan Vance

The beach stretches inside the city, snaking in through streets, and alleys, and stairs, linking the milky way to the ocean.

I run shoeless, and with every step the sand shifts. I can feel the warmth of the grains in my feet. They trapped the sunshine inside, it seems.

I stop for some seconds to recover my breath and reset my compass in the emptiness of the street, and in the presence of the magnificent blueish highness. Despite the heat I find myself frozen in place once my eyes take in the moon in contemplation and pure state of astonishment… Wow! In a simplistic attempt of explanation, I know, but I just imagine the moon collecting a pocket full…

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4 thoughts on “City of sand

  1. mylilplace says:

    I love this one. The best kind of ending…warm and lovely.

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  2. I really enjoyed the first person and the pacing! Wonderful ending, that I did not expect!

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