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A man has lived well beyond his time and tolerance.

He wonders why he’s left to languish.

There’s nothing to do but wait for death.

It’s a sad and hopeless existence.

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What do you call a man who has seen the turn of two centuries? Old? I’d say CURSED! Forsaken by God. Left behind to confront boredom, encounter misery, suffer the pathetic complexities of a stagnant life. My name is Veda Paul and I’m 117 years old. You may snigger and call me senile, or an […]

Forsaken by God by Terveen Gill — Gobblers & Masticadores

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4 Comments on “Forsaken by God – Flash Fiction Story

  1. I totally feel the message of this piece ~ but he could have attempted this years ago if he’d wanted to… Why now?


  2. a state to be feared; you portray it well, Terveen, in all its indignity and anguish; even the rat poison elides him; that is desperate —

  3. This is totally a reality for those might have prayed for long life. Unique perspective. I love this piece.

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