Death came without warning
Buried deep in the soil in days
It felt so strange in the other world
There, the time was aplenty, nothing urgent to do
No call to take, no emails to write
The digital withdrawal was so severe
The hands searched for those sleek obelisks
Because they felt incomplete without them
Such a variety response this week in response to this image. Please click on the links to read the contributions of our lovely participants.
Lauren; Even in death
Chris Hall; Flatline
Lady Sighs; My bones
Keith; Bob the blob’s bones
The novel reader; What do you see # 122
Melanie; WDYS # 122
Fandango; My cold dead hands
Mason; Beach of horrors
Regina; Death of vocabularies
Jim; The end of the world
Diana; What do I see?
Rory; In comments
Eugenia; Cellphone confessions
Michnavs; A zombie life of its own
Michael; Hand from the grave
Jules; Facing freedom’s fight
Radhika; Will We take it to our grave?
Jude; Defying death
Usha; Beyond death
Maria; Got to have the latest
Books & Bonsai ; What do you see # 122
Ramya; At heavens door
Yinglan; New life
Suzette; Rogues gallery
Sandra; Missed calls
Jenna; Zombie feelings
June; What do you see # 122
Christine; What do you see # 122
Nope, not Pam; What do you see # 122
The forgers of fantasy; Dystopia
Nelkumi; A call
Zelda; Having exited earth
Jane; Next to her
Punam; Death could not us part
EM Kingston; The hands of hell
I am grateful to all those who have read, shared and commented on these posts.
I will be posting next week’s challenge on Monday at 12:00 pm, PKT.
Thanks for reading.