Image of Pirate Ship in Storm
Flash Fiction, Nature, Philosophizing

Ahoy, Matey! It’s the “Storm of Karmic Justice”!

For the pirates’ loot — and ship — were both about to be cast to the bottom of the sea.

And years later, their ship would be a treasure-laden home for creatures of the ocean.

 


 

Let’s say long ago, a pirate ship sunk with all its stolen treasure. In the modern day, it may very well be an artificial reef, serving as a home for creatures of the ocean.

There are plenty of shipwrecks that are not pirate ships — in fact, most probably were some other sort of vessel. But in the case of a pirate ship, the stolen treasure, its possessors and their ship end up at the bottom of the ocean — sustaining life under the sea.

In a way, this is just karmic justice. Likewise, if our stolen treasure is what we have taken from the earth, hopefully nature will not need to create balance from our wreckage.

 

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Flash Fiction Image for "The Storm of Karmic Justice"

Flash Fiction Image for "The Storm of Karmic Justice"

 

 

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