Getting Over It (flash fiction)


Getting Over It


After her girlfriend moved out Kayla wished she was impervious to emotions. She just didn’t want to feel anything anymore, not the hurt nor the sadness that went down to the very core of her being. She wished her heart was dead so she wouldn’t have to deal with anything like this ever again. She locked herself away and chose to be alone, but all it did was leave her gnawing at the ends of things in the dark. It was only when she emerged into the sunlight once more that she began to heal and feel better again.


Joanne Fisher


Word count: 99


This was written with the prompt impervious provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #98.


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