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

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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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