Bits of The Seeker

The Weekly word prompt from Sue: Snippet

The word snippet had me rather flummoxed, what could I have that I could contribute. I decided to share some snippets of my story I call The Seeker

The Seeker Part 1
…..was many an age ago when the world was new, I emerged from the primal ooze……gazing about the landscape……..looking for the outside as I was still inside even in a world so vast so full, I was still inside.

The Seeker Part 2
What was the purpose of this world that once possibly has a vegetative cover….that perhaps sustained some form of life?

The Seeker Part 3
….hope gave me strength as once more clouds built…casting shadows across the landscape……bring some relief from this burning sun.

The Seeker Part 4
Shaking myself from this wistful dream like state…trying to evoke the memory of before, I became aware of my thirst.

The Seeker Part 5
I lay down on the soft grass……the frustration and weariness was getting too much

The Seeker Part 6
down the slope slipping and sliding as the rocks gave no solid purchase…looking left….looking right….everything looked the same…….

The Seeker Part 7
….occasionally the clouds would speed across the sky as if they had an important mission……they must drop moisture somewhere or does it not behave like the weather I was used to or that is within my mind or memory….a memory from where?

 

13 thoughts on “Bits of The Seeker

      1. ah early days and we are so used to your spectacular photos … people need time to get their head around your ability to write creatively and they wont be disappointed 🙂

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  1. I was hooked from the beginning and I wanted to know who he was, assuming he is a he. I wanted to know how he got there and where he was. I finally got to page eight and thought, this is it I’ll find out now, but no… page eight is the same as page six! I’m going around in circles just like him!

    Good one Brian and thank you for joining in the prompt it’s appreciated. 🙂

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