Through Time

In Fiction on September 20, 2013 at 1:55 pm

time

Through Time

through

time

history

repeats

itself:

war

and

conquest

rise

and

fall

and

then

there’s

you

—here—

in

one

sliver

of

eternity

able

to

fight

these

wars

this

fall

so

why

travel

through

time


This 33-word story is for the Trifecta Writing Challenge’s weekend Trifextra challenge. This time, we were asked to write a story about time travel, so I did (sort of)!

Let me know what you think in the comments below, and have a great weekend!

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  1. a love story, a love plea? I decided not to change anything in my time travel today either. Tell a story? Sure. But change it, any of it? I’m not quite sure I’d like to.

    Again, you rule the school 😉

  2. Nice job Brian. Just as a personal thing I found myself losing the flow a bit having to take a new line for every word ps. congrats on the 3rd place on the Trifecta.

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  4. So true…there’s life to live in the here and now.

  5. Brian, sometimes time takes you to exactly where you need to be. Thanks for sharing and linking up!

  6. Love this sliver of eternity!

  7. Oh most excellent.

  8. Enjoyed this trip through the clock.

  9. Brian, another amazing piece. I found the exact opposite as Paul regarding the format. I thought the long stretch of words was like the stretching of time…it fit perfectly with the theme.

    Marvelous!

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  11. What a cool format! I especially loved your words

    “one

    sliver

    of

    time”

  12. “history repeats itself” so very true…

  13. Great use of 33 words.

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