100 Word Challenge - Vague

What follows is in response to the 100 Word Challenge, authored by the very in focus Velvet Verbosity. The word this week is "Vague".

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100 Word Challenge


He spun around, his eyes fairly popping out of his head as he strained to see ... to hear ... to feel.

It was pitch black. His heart pounded red flashes in his eyes.

The vague feeling of unease had become an overwhelming certainty that someone, something, was nearby. Close. Closer.

His breath was thunder in his head, masking the sounds he knew were out there, just as the blackness of night hid the visible from his eyes.

He wanted to cry. To scream. He wanted to find a safe place.

But fear had him silent - victim of vague uneases run rampant.



Tara R. said...

This hits really close to home. I know this man. Amazing 100 words.

Grandmother said...

Been there, felt that, didn't like it. Good description.

Nevine said...

I've been a victim of this vague unease, too. And you describe it so well, Lou. I love your 100 Word Challenges! Always a treat...


Kim - Mommycosm said...

Love it! Perfect just before Halloween, too :)

Sarah said...

Very cool. So many of us have been there. I love it.