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Five Sentence Fiction – Abandon

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Five Sentence Fiction – Abandon

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She watched her body lying on the floor like an abandoned house, her organs, heart, kidney, liver, all flying out one by one. Last to leave was her soul, looking despairingly at her.

‘Why are you all leaving me like this?’ She whined.

‘You have never respected and cared for this body, you took it for granted, and you forgot that it is an abode of God, you abused and misused it, you became a slave to your mind, you never listened to your conscience, your overindulgence in food and laziness had made us to live inside it impossible.’

She woke up with a start; perspiring profusely; thank God; it was a dream, effect of all that junk food she ate last night, perhaps.

 

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I knew all along that life is about, love, compassion, compatibility and friendship, but now I have discovered that life is also about sharing thought, encouraging others and getting encouraged. So here I am with my blogs about life, friendship, love, and whatever life has taught me.

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  1. I love this! What a scary dream that would be!

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  2. Haha, this was quite a surprising tale. However, I refuse to think too much about dietary habits on a Friday evening. 😀

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  3. That would definitely be a nightmare, made me stop and think about what my insides would say to me…scary thought!

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  4. A tale made by nightmare and reflection of the soul. Quite a mind-blowing one:)
    https://vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/five-sentence-fiction-a-perfect-strategy/

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  5. Lol, we’ve all had that dream after overconsuming!

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  6. Wonderful.I loved this.If only our organs were able to speak they would say the same thing even when awake.

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  7. This is wonderful, I must start eating healthily

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  8. Janis Gaines

    This reminds me of an istory – 150 words or less. Love the clever twist at the end. Also love the overall look of your blog! I also write poetry and paint, etc…

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