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Do you hear meDo you hear me, a flash fiction story went up on Linguistic Erosion. It came from an experience narrated from a friend, a persistent dream of hers. Of course, it has been dramatized to make it fiction. The vivid dream created a great story and here it is.

Do you hear me?

“The voice is a child’s voice, high and shrill, asking a question. She shifts restlessly in her dream, knowing she has dreamed this many times before but unable to hear the question.

In the morning she always wakes up confused and frustrated. She knows it is important. The urgency is growing. She must answer and she must do it soon. But how? She is so distracted that she spills milk and scatters grains of sugar…..”

Read the rest here – Do you hear me?