He-who-ain’t named

He had journeyed many miles to reach the spot. The spot which locals revered as the place where the sky met the land. Even the swamp breathed an aura of mysticism and his eyes couldn’t quite trace the spot where it ended and the sky began.

Wading past the trees that hindered his view, he was lost in an immense aurora. As he drank in the sky spectacle, his eyes widened. What was this – a hole in the sky?

He strode confidently in, he-the-forgotten, stepping bravely into the unknown.

Written for Rochelle Wisoff-Field’s Friday Fictioneers.  Linking up here.

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19 replies

  1. Brave guy, I wonder what he finds there?

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  2. An engaging hero, with his appreciation of beauty and his fearlessness!

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  3. The sense of destiny rings in this story, Lavanya. He-the-forgotten stepping bravely into the unknown, is a great line, showing us a glimpse of this character/narrators bravery and foolishness.

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  4. Dear Lavanya,

    Imaginative piece that left me wondering what he’ll find on the other side. Nicely done.



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  5. An unknown man entering an unknown place. I hope he finds it wonderful!

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  6. Sounds like the beginning of a great adventure. (Hopefully great — not terrible.☺)

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  7. Sometimes it’s only the forgotten one who jumps into the unknown. I hope it’s good on the other side though or may be not.

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  8. True, bravery comes when you have little to leave behind. Thanks for writing in, Norma.


  9. Gotta love Sci-fi and Fantasy rolled together into a mysterious adventure!
    Mine: https://kindredspirit23.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/reckoning-friday-fictioneers/

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  10. Fun fact: I once was driving through a rainstorm out on I5 in California and actually saw the end of the rainbow on the ground. Lousy leprechauns must have made off with all the gold, though.

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