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Five Sentence Fiction -Engulf – “Lucky Day” – Pg13

Lillie brings us Five Sentence Fiction – One-word prompt of “Engulf” for this week.  Mine is below; the rest >Here<!

Engulf

“Lucky Day”

By  Scott L Vannatter – March23, 2015

Unknown by Earth or its inhabitants, a large planetoid-sized particle was hurtling across the deep void of space on a direct collision course with our home planet.

It would take decades, perhaps centuries, but the speeding doom was inevitably on its way.

As it passed through one particular portion of the Universe, its trajectory brought it to within a few hundred thousand miles of a fairly large black hole.

The immense gravitation of the once-star engulfed the planetoid in its nearly infinite gravitational pull, jerking it from its original doom-ridden path and bringing it into its own doom in the darkness of the gravity.

Earth’s inhabitants went through their day, many cursing that it was raining so much this particular season.

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Namaste,

Scott

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