He’s beautiful beyond belief, my miraculous son.

You’re shocked, certainly. How do I explain him? The world cannot be told the truth, that I’ve never been with a mortal man. Only you can know my story.

A feathery white light visited me. I can’t begin to describe that other-worldly fragrance, that ethereal music, the sheer wonder of that celestial coupling. Nothing could compare. Not even you, my dearest.

I can’t marry you now; I’m afraid my deepest devotion lies elsewhere. Still, I’ll always love you.

I hope you’ll hold him, cherish him, be his earthly father. Come soon, dear friend!

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Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
1 year ago

Wow! This story intrigues me so much. And leaves so many questions in my mind. I can picture it like the story of Mary, Joseph, and Jesus. Good job. Your style in this story is different. I like it, Fuji.

Juma
Juma(@juma)
1 year ago

A totally different kind of Dear John letter, Fuji, and a fascinating take on the prompt.

Carrie OLeary
Carrie OLeary(@carrie-oleary)
1 year ago

His name is Lucas and he is mayhaps a Nephilim. I hope his celestial parent didn’t get into too much trouble and lose his wings as a result of this. I believe this behaviour was rather frowned upon by their Heavenly father! Great story for the prompt. As Juma said, a very different Dear John letter.

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Christer Norrlof
Christer Norrlof(@christer-norrlof)
1 year ago

A beautiful, wondrous description of the result of a joining made in heaven! Hopefully, the story’s addressee accepts the invitation and takes care of Lucas and his inspired mother. It’s interesting that you named him Lucas. We don’t know much about the Bible’s Luke, but I take it that it is his name that prompted your title.

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