Flash in the Pan

Egress into the daylight was painful. Tears flowed freely.

How long have I been buried?

Welcome to "Flash in the Pan"

Welcome to “Flash in the Pan”

September’s word limit is 150, and this flash comes in at a tenth: 15 words. The word egress is today’s feature.

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Why tears? Have you ever felt buried? Does daylight comfort or irritate?

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  1. If you’re a Vampire, daylight would not be comforting.
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  2. Wow! These few words pack a big punch. Nice job, Red! Btw, I like the new header. πŸ™‚
    Susan Shuman recently posted..Share Your World #30My Profile

  3. Okay you have done it again! Burial could be any number of things though. I am asking myself this question even as I type this.
    Valentine Logar recently posted..Fall Flash – 10My Profile

  4. My reaction to daylight is strictly situationally dependent.
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  5. Well that packed a punch! Holy Moly. I’m thinking all kinds of scenarios. Awesome.
    Tess Kann recently posted..Flash in the Pan – UpMy Profile

  6. Buried alive springs to mind here, but like Val has already mentioned, there could be lots of different angles to this one πŸ™‚

    Flashing is fun is it not? πŸ˜‰

    Andro xxxx

  7. Sounds like a Zombie wrote this one. 15 word stroy. That’s a tough challenge


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