A Journey of a Thousand Miles

Tales from the Wasteland VI – Michal Karcz

The road ends.

All roads do, eventually.

The wasteland stretches, eternal, grey and broken, scarred by our hands as though we were gods. Black snow falls – powdered buildings, powdered highways, powdered people. Once a city stood here. Now all are lost, and I am cursed to wander this dead earth.

The road ends.

But the journey continues.

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4 thoughts on “A Journey of a Thousand Miles

  1. Diane Turner says:

    Wonderful image. I found that the first two lines and the last two, without the middle paragraph, were haunting and evocative in their simplicity. Beautiful writing. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Eric Alagan says:

    An interesting cycle that reveals little but hides much – for now.

    • Cheers, Eric – although I don’t think much else will come of it. The mystery is the story, in this case…although I have revisited and then sold stories from the past, so maybe that will happen here, too.

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