Remember

They sat by the creek bed, thinking about the world. Thinking about water, dampness, dew. They longed for water, cool and wet. They remembered all the great times in the past.

“Remember,” said the girl.
“Remember,” said the boy.

They played with the sun and waves, waves of happiness. They talked to the fish swimming through their legs. The weeds tickled their toes. They had so much fun.

But that was before. This was then. They hadn’t seen water in a long while. They were terribly thirsty and food was extremely rationed.

The girl was a mermaid. The boy was a shark. They played tag away from the intense heat. Parents watched them from the house.
Then the world turned on them, bringing months of heat. There was no moisture. Nothing. They cried. They sobbed. They starved.

“Remember,” said the girl.
“Remember,” said the boy.

“Like we did Last Summer”

Remember

MissA

Tathra, Australia

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For a comp called “Like we did Last Summer”

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