Six Sentence Sunday – 21 October 2012

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Greetings, all!

It’s that time again! Giant Killer continues directly from last week’s bit. David has left Eitan to tend the flock and runs home:

O Lord, keep them well, he prayed as he ran, begging not so much for his own comfort or that of his brothers, but for his father’s peace of mind. Jesse’s life numbered four score years and his health fled from him more each season—a son’s death would surely be his undoing.

David’s powerful pace quickly devoured the distance to their homestead. His sinewy frame belied his strength and fitness, and he arrived at the house little bothered by the physical exertion. Entering the cool darkness of the interior, he called out, “Abba”—Papa—“I came immediately. Are you well?”

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17 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday – 21 October 2012

  1. You’ve done an excellent job creating a tense scene. You do have one, teenie tiny typo. In the first sentence I’m pretty sure you meant as, instead of at he ran.
    Great six!

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