Content warning: none apply
Moonlight glinted off golden panels where you worked on one of the solar arrays of your empty space station. These repairs could’ve waited until you’d reached the sunlit side of the darkened planet below, but I only appeared in moonlit reflections.
And you were lonely.
“This is stupid,” I said, echoing your thoughts. I had none of my own, after all.
When you looked at me, the blank, black face of your helmet reflected back at you. “No one left down there to tell me no.”
I shook my head when you shook yours. “There’s no one up here either.”
Thanks for reading!
Featuring an exclusive Hopeful Wanderer short-story!
For over 100 years, Texas High Plains Writers has been a part of great storytelling in Texas and beyond.
This year, our anthology offers a collection of short-stories, memoirs, inspirational essays, and poetry filled with hope.
With 22 talented authors, from best-sellers to the first time in print, there is something for everyone.
Great heroes of legends past sit side by side in these pages with the unsung citizens showing kindness to strangers. Humor, adventure, and nostalgia combine to remind us all that hope can be found anywhere.
Buy it now: Amazon
Show Your Support
If you enjoy my writing, please consider leaving a tip. All amounts welcome!