NumbersHumans need numbers. Have you ever noticed? We don't want to be a number, but we constantly surround us with them. There's a number at the front of our house, there's a number on our insurance card, there's a number for every day of the year, and there's a number on our car, twice, like a shield when we drive. We have a number for our instant message services (that we even know by heart), for several phones we own, for our bank account, access keys, PINs We hate and we love numbers. They take our identity away from us and give it back at the same time.Numbers5 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
And I have a number now, too. I'm 1074. Jake, Nr. 1074. It's the newest number I got, and I wish I could erase it, erase it from the memories of my beloved ones like I did erase children drawings with the back of my pen in times that feel just like some weeks ago.
But those who don't know me, those who've never met me and will never meet me those should see that number. 1074. I want them to read it over an