Day 28: Shadow

I stand behind, gazing upwards as he goes. I’m always where he is, always there, but he only sees me when the sun is shining, when everything is bright. I follow him as he makes his way back home, he’s been walking this walk for 15 minutes now. With each bend he makes my sizeContinue reading “Day 28: Shadow”

Day 27: Closed Doors

I walked down the hallway dotted with doors, each of them closed. At the other side of the endless corridor lays my destination, the door I needed to go through. Each door in the hallway was painted a different colour, from light to dark. The lighter colours were at the other end of the hallwayContinue reading “Day 27: Closed Doors”

Day 25: Dread

I hope it doesn’t come up, I really really hope that it doesn’t. I’ve practised for everything else, every other question I can answer with ease. I can write essays and essays on everything else, but I pray it doesn’t come up. It’s not that I’ve completely ignored it in my preparation, it’s just thatContinue reading “Day 25: Dread”

Day 22: Fog

Like most December winter mornings in London, the weather was horrendous. Waking up at 6am for work was proving to be a more difficult task than was anticipated. My body could not gather the strength to leave the bed and the thought of another cold shower made it all even less appealing. With little toContinue reading “Day 22: Fog”

Day 20: Missed Connection

For today’s writing challenge, I went on Craigslist and looked at the missed connections section for some inspiration. This text was adapted from Easyjet to Inverness 25.10.18 (Gatwick). As soon as I got on the flight, I saw you sitting there, row 1A. I had never felt so lucky in my life, as my seatContinue reading “Day 20: Missed Connection”