Explosive end

ExplosiveEndIt’s when I see the finish line that I return to reality. I’m no longer a marathon runner but a middle aged accountant, struggling to pay the rent on my rundown one bedroom unit.

Suddenly an explosion, rocks my world, and perception returns. My cramps never seemed more irrelevant at end of the Boston Marathon.

Please now, by providing a fictional insight into a runners perspective of this tragic event, I am not trivializing or exploiting those suffering, merely expressing myself. #prayforBoston


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2 thoughts on “Explosive end

  1. rndyduran says:

    as I have commented already on another blog, it is a sad when we can no longer conduct such events without fear of an attack

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