After zipping up her 1 1/4″-heeled black boots, Mary began to sew the banners, her boot soles resting on the necks of images of President Titus and Vice-president Thompson. The banners had a mockingjay above the French phrase, “Vive la révolution!”

Mary said to her comrades, “Thompson just wants women barefoot and pregnant — none of this, though he thinks it of God!”

A couple added, “Through with the racist and xenophobic policies; the contempt for the Geneva Conventions!”

Two men entered, “Mary, please led the revolution!”, handing her a paper.

” I accept. God is on our side, everyone.”, Mary answered, fist raised.


This is a post for Friday Fictioneers by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, photo by Sandra Cook.


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