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100 word fiction: Ray of hope

100 word fiction: Ray of hope

PHOTO PROMPT © David Stewart

“It has been a tough year for everyone. As we begin this new year, we all hope and pray that the next one will be better in every sense of the word.”

As the residents of the city bid goodbye to 2020 with a short speech by the mayor, there was optimism in the air. As people lit candles with messages of hope, there was relief more than elation at seeing the back of a year which almost everyone wanted to forget.

They felt that the beginning of a new year brought a ray of hope for mankind to start afresh.

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






  1. Let us hope so. And that we have learned something for the future

  2. I think that’s how many of us feel. Let’s hope that there won*t be too many setbacks.

  3. Things are starting to look brighter here in the UK, but so much of the world continues to struggle, I feel that it will be 2022 before we are past the worst of it.

    • transitionofthoughts

      Yeah unfortunately some countries are having all the vaccines while many others struggle to vaccinate. Really hope and pray for vaccine equity across all so that we can get out of this soon enough.

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