Poetry

Mountain

Written by Jacob Ibrag

‘We’ve been here before,’ he whispered as she

pushed through the broken door that led into the

mountain. ‘Wait,’ he said with a little more purpose.

‘All of this has already happened. Me whispering to you

that we’ve been here before, you opening this broken door.

Every moment, as if we’ve been reading off a script. It’s only

when you turned the knob that everything kinda came back to

me. What the hell is happening?’ Grabbing hold of his hands,

she told him to calm down, that the voices in the mountain

were listening. ‘I know we have. Been wondering when you

were going to come back. Thirteen minutes left until the

reset. Help me find the room, lets finally end this.’


Photographer Unknown

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17 comments on “Mountain

  1. Interesting and captivating. Totally love this๐Ÿ˜˜

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  2. Gaaagh, all these questions in my head now. I can’t tell you how much I love this!!!!!

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  3. Profound and thought provoking

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  4. Interesting, deep and ensnares the mind. Mesmerizing work!

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  5. Excellent as always. I never regret reading a post. I only regret the ones I miss. Happy New Year!

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  6. A post full of intrigue! I enjoyed reading it. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. Oh, this raises so many questions! I love it! Kind of reminds me of a few books I’ve read, actually…

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  8. Very intriguing, the sense of urgency and confusion building is excellent. The plot is a prompt for the mind to extrapolate before and after, the snapshot just a moment in an even more peculiar tale…

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