Friday Fictioneers – Walkway to Wonder – Genre: Sci-Fi

Friday Fictioneers Photo Prompt for 1/25/2013:

“Walkway to Wonder”

January 22, 2013:  Jordan stepped onto the bridge and crept toward the halo marking the midpoint.  When there, he took off his snowy gloves to “touch” the halo.  No sensation.  Glove in hand, he made his decision and strode strongly into the colorful aperture.

As Jordan stepped out into paradise, his first thoughts embarrassed him.  He looked at the beautiful palm trees, the blue ocean, and the nearly cloudless sky and could not help but see the T-shirt he had bought once.  Stated on the front:

“Hate Oz.

Hate you, too.

Took the Shoes. Find your own way home.

Toto”

 

_____________________________

Namaste,

Scott

PS: true T-shirt, but don’t know the makers to give credit to.

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