Progression #23

[Chapter Seven- “The Cemetery” — Part Three of Six]

progression number twenty-three

{To be continued…}

[Original writing & photography by J. E. Lattimer]

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The wounds on her hands were minor cuts, but would require a disinfectant to be applied when she returned home.

Charlotte ducked under the fence and walked into the altered corn field. She continued until many rows of the bizarre stalks obstructed the cemetery from view.

She pulled a fountain pen and a small notebook from the back pocket of her jeans and took a seat upon the earth. She opened the book on her lap and started writing…


6 thoughts on “Progression #23

  1. On cross country journies I was always struck by those miles upon miles of cornfields you encounter in places like Nebraska. I always found them surreil and beautifully mysterious, glad you are incorporating them into your story.

    1. Thank you very much- Yes, we have plenty of sprawling fields / farmland here once one travels outside of the city. Unfortunately most of the crops were damaged this summer by the intense heat / severe drought- Hoping that next year is better. Thanks for reading and have a great day!

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