The Saviour

A wonderful story from Len. I hope you enjoy the read. 🙂

Len's Diary

This is a speculative fiction prompt by D. Wallace Peach-Myths of the Mirror

Pluviam, a child of the planet Spes, stood alone in the shifting sands of this once great city, awaiting his destiny. He was the planets hope for the future, as so many of the children before him. He had been raised, trained and tested for this moment. Two days ago he had been judged to be the prime receiver of the Gift and since then had spent his time in prayer and fasting to be a worthy vessel. He wondered if he would succeed and be able to share the Gift with his planet, or would he be reduced to ashes, another failed candidate.

Rain had stopped falling on the planet countless generations ago. The lakes had dried up, plant life had withdrawn deep into the earth, seeking moisture and protecting its seeds. The planet had become…

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17 thoughts on “The Saviour

  1. mylilplace says:

    This is one that I will remember for a long time. Well written…beautiful and terribly sad too.

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  2. Chiru says:

    Wonderful story…

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  3. Beautiful story! Thanks for sharing, Diana.

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  4. I wrote mine and put it away for a week or two. I just didn’t want to get influenced by all of these terrific “takes” on the photo prompt. What fun, Diana!

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  5. How great was his take on this prompt? Fantastic! I’m so glad you reblogged it.

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