Anthem of Resistance 

The singer took his guitar and began to sing. He started with the war years, went onto the years afterwards in which people were dissatisfied, then onto the current authoritarian. He sang of peace, truth, and justice against deceit, hate, and violence. During the song, two men in dark suits moved through the crowd. Suddenly, one of the men put a hood over the singer while the other injected him. The guitar fell to the floor while the singer struggled. The men dragged the singer out while hailing the leader. Then everyone started singing the singer’s song, fists raised.

This is a post for Friday Fictioneers by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, photo by Björn Rudberg.


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Christian, freethinker, believer, skeptic, seeker.

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