Short Story: Man vs. Wilderness #BlogShorts

Man vs. Wilderness
by Tom B. Taker

An hour passes. I grip the shot glass so hard I fear it’ll turn back into sand.

“Another, Sam.”

What kind of man have I become?

I will never leave.

This post is part of the BlogShorts challenge. June 2011 – 30 stories – 30 words – 30 days.

7 responses

  1. I’m assuming this was written while under the table…not at it.


    1. A place where I spend a lot of time. Need proof? Search this blog for the word “Ensenada.”


      1. Drunk in Mexico. Original. 😉

        The Hunt for Red October is an excellent book. You’ve gone up in my estimation…I mean that sincerely so just shut it. 😛


  2. Very dark, very dark indeed.


  3. I love that song.


    1. Me, too. And it seemed apropos.


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