I fell into a ring of fire…
The song rang out from some station that had been left on in an office. I’d taken shelter in the bank just before the asteroid hit; I saw the air-raid shelter sign but don’t think anyone else out there knew what it meant. All that was before their time. Now that it was all over, I could still hear the song’s words ringing.
I was tired and the bed seemed like a good idea; now I’ve floated out into this water that I can’t drink. Maybe the world will get right again. Someday. In the meantime, I have to survive.
I’m reading “Lucifer’s Hammer,” a book about a comet that hits earth; my Christopher talked about it some years back and we found a gently used copy on Amazon not too long ago. Before he could get back into it, I swiped it. After I got in a few chapters I was hooked.
So, it stands to reason that, with such inspiration, I would be able to come up with 107 words, especially when both SC and PI&W offered such great supporting material! Click each below to add one or more of your own.