Friday Fictioneers – 6/28/2013 – “Transition” -Genre: fiction Rated PG13

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Friday Fictioneers – 6/28/2013

Genre: fiction Rated Pg13

“Transition”

By Scott L Vannatter

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Herrall remembered the horrible noise and the feeling of flying.

He had felt a terrible impact at the center of his back and his head, but only for a second.

He also remembered seeing the large vehicle blur as it left his field of vision.

Now, he felt light and free.  His body (no, not his body – he was looking at his body), his spirit(?) was slowly rising from his body and he could see it lying there, not moving.  He could also see the license plate number.  He smiled.  Who would he tell?  And what good would it do?

____________

Namaste,

Scott

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