Five Sentence Fiction: Character

Photograph by Bekah Shambrook (Please do not use without permission)
Meg’s throat burned, tears streamed and the wind howled. Her long hair spilled out behind and February’s cold gusts whipped around her legs. Her heart hammered and short, rasping breaths stung as she sucked icy cold air through dry lips. She almost tripped over the tree root, stretched across her path, and her legs felt like they’d give way if she stopped. She didn’t want to stop, but she didn’t want to keep running either. 
This is my opening paragraph introducing you to my protagonist Meg, in my current NaNoWriMo novel. Written for Lillie McFerrin’s Five Sentence Fiction, Lillie asked for five sentences about one of our main characters in our NaNoWriMo or WIP… so that was mine!
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