Silhouetted in time

“A fresh angle to the story has emerged, five years after Herbert Hadley was administered death penalty. It turns out that he was framed in false charges by his opponents.”

Herbert’s son runs his fingers on the etched glass separating the balcony.

“Dad, your deeds stand silhouetted against the light of truth. The black I saw so far, is glistening in the light, looking ethereal.”

(65 words)

 

Sammi’s Prompt

 

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Weekend Writing Prompt #89

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