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Deep Fractures

Photo copyright: Rochelle Wisoff-Fields
Photo copyright: Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

With the scream vibrating around the room Rosie knew what was coming. You did not need to be Einstein to recognise the sound of incoming shells. As Rosie dived under the dining room table, she wondered if her great grandmother’s glass bowl would survive. In it Rosie had first observed the refraction of red light from earths decaying sun.
As humanity continued on its quest to hasten the planets demise, Rosie had been working on the link between white and black holes. Today she had finally worked out how to revive the sun. As the bowl shattered so did Rosie’s dream.

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  1. I like how you used the bowl refracting light as a starting point for your story. There is so much going on here – the action and shells and Rosie diving. Pity she didn’t make it.

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