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100 word fiction – Lost in the sea of humanity

hollywood crowd
Copyright – Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Jack wanted to meet and greet all the cartoon characters who had come to the square as part of the Children’s Day celebrations. We reached the venue half an hour in advance keeping the crowds in mind. But little were we to know that the swarm of people would multiply as the minutes go by. As I stood on my toes trying to look around, I realized that Jack was nowhere to be seen. Inquiring with everyone around and searching every nook and corner didn’t yield anything. I was quite literally lost in the sea of humanity which surrounded me.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read other entries here.

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2 Comments

  1. Ah, these ‘lost in the crowd’ stories always make me feel panicky! I’m sure my kids are going to grow up with bruises on their wrists because I hold their arms to tightly in crowds. 🙂
    well written
    KT

    • aseemrastogi2

      Thanks Kristian :). True, in crowds it’s always quite scary with all the people rushing about let alone going about with kids or family.

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