Captured in Glass



“Sow your wild oats while you can, for you will not be young forever.”

Heeding his grandfather’s words, Harold spent the five years after graduation as a bit of jetsam on the sea spray, traveling the world.

That was then.

He had long ago traded the exotic ports of call with the familiar office, the wild sea for a suburban home. The wind on his back was now a suit jacket, the countless stars in the sky were traded for far-too-countable dollars in the bank.

But he kept the freedom of the sea at heart, with a promise to return.


Word count = 100

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39 thoughts on “Captured in Glass

    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Thanks. I most likely will never end up wandering the wide world, riding with the sea spray, but I hope to spend a lot of time in, on and around the ocean…


    1. trentpmcd Post author

      He maybe. On the other hand, I do know a lot of people who relive their “glory days” for their entire adult lives, be it playing sports in high school, time in the military, a rock band when in college or whatever. His days traveling the world aimlessly was his “glory days” to be cherished and remembered, and, he hopes, possibly even revisited…

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Yep, both of both worlds – I think we should all try to have a few years in our lives that are for ourselves before devoting our all to our careers… (I guess for me it will be after my career ;) ) thanks.

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