Time travel glitch

He ran fast, faster even than light, so fast that he found himself back in time. He had reached a point just before his childhood. He quickened his pace, eager to blaze through his infancy and get back to that much cherished phase of life – childhood. Only when he reached the day of his birth did he realize his fallacy.

As an infant, he would have to crawl, before he could even walk. Running faster than light? Balls!

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This entry was posted in Fiction.

2 comments on “Time travel glitch

  1. Susan says:

    🙂 nice

  2. whizwoman says:

    Love the ending, good touch!
    Will read more of your work. 🙂

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