(Author’s note: I had some family issues pop up in the last couple weeks, and when it comes to family, I will always give focus to them. Here’s today’s fictioneers…)
Rose Colored Glasses
by Miles H. Rost
“I have a great life where I’m working, living, and being,” Goro said, putting on his hat.
“You’re in a camp house. You can only walk at certain times of the day. You have to be given tests,” Miyoko spat, disgusted.
“I have to have this attitude. If I don’t, I don’t survive. At least I can give everyone something to think about.”
“You let them treat you like good little cattle. They took us from San Francisco to here. They don’t care.”
“Miyoko, I know. I’m not wearing rose colored glasses. But, to help them, I’ll do what I do.”