Light of a Tunnel.


Photo (c) Stephen Baum

The noise was different. It wasn’t the organized walking that people were used to. All steps in place. This was a disorganized lot going all across, with no order.

Doors were being broken, muted half energized screams coming up and then yells. No semblance to this new chaos. Suddenly the door crashed, and men in army fatigues blazed in, guns waving.

Finally, the end!

‘Move’ was the only word understood. A 100 zombie movements walked out. However, this time was different. Feeling the sun touch their live skin was different.

Light at the end of a tunnel, had a meaning.

Part of Friday Fictioneers. 100 Words or less Short story.
More stories on the Friday Fiction, Jul 10 edition, click link.
Thanks Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for write..
Word Count: 100 words


About asarpota

Like to fly, but at the same time, quite on the ground, and do tend to be realistic. Very passionate about what I believe in and do, no patience with idiots, not a perfectionist, but trying to come close to it.... Not a nerd btw, value my friends very much, can criticize and have the b***s to take it on my chin. A spade is a spade!!!
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14 Responses to Light of a Tunnel.

  1. gahlearner says:

    The use of light as hope here is great. Intriguing story.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. gravadee says:

    High on emotions. Awesomely put


  3. micklively says:

    I like the turn-around into hope.


  4. Dale says:

    Well done!


  5. Salvation, by the sound of it!


  6. Sometimes being saved is like exiting a dark tunnel


  7. Vinay Leo R. says:

    Surreal feel to this piece, Rajesh. 🙂

    Leo @ I Rhyme Without Reason


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