Month: September 2017

Week 50 – Because you need to wear pants

He barely noticed the flames as he strode towards the small figure on the bed. She looked so tiny, so fragile, so young, barely out of her teens. She wasn’t moving, as still as death, had the fire already claimed

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Week 49 – The world will end in fire

It seemed fitting that is should end like this. This place was hell on earth, it was her own personal hell as well as so many other, and she couldn’t think of anything more perfect than it being engulfed in

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Week 48 – He’s a dead man

She groaned as she walked into the kitchen.   Dishes everywhere. Empty chocolate wrappers and soda cans spread out on the counters. Dishwasher finished running, not unloaded, but open with a couple of bowls missing.   This was not what

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Week 47 – Back to school

She never would have guessed this day would hurt so much. It was like her heart was being torn to shreds. She hadn’t felt this bad since it happened. Part of her knew it was bound to happen, these first

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