I watch the mighty mountain at the end of the wilderness. The road that leads there is so long, and I am just a young lass.
“Where is mama,” I had asked papa.
“And where is heaven.”
“Beyond the mighty mountain.”
Soon I’m going to be old enough to walk the long road and go beyond the mighty mountain. My mama will be waiting for me in her pretty pink dress, arms wide open, smelling of vanilla and bread. It’s all going to be so beautiful.
I see the picture in my mind’s eye whenever papa comes to my room at night.
In response to Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers challenge of 8th September based on a photo by Danny Boweman.
It’s a work of fiction that I pray is never true for any little girl, ever.