From a pantheon

Seven rounds more, I thought, as I walked along the perimeter of the sanctum. I counted under my breath so as to not lose track. Also, it made me look pious.

My colleague had said this was a benevolent god who solved problems. I wish he didn’t take years.


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8 thoughts on “From a pantheon

  1. You really pulled us into the scene and into the narrator’s head at the same time. Even without knowing what is troubling her, we all can relate to the idea of searching for answers. The way you used the prompt words was seamless, by the way – I completely forgot they were there (in a good way).

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