A Narrow Escape, Friday Fictioneers


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A Narrow Escape

by T. Delaplain

The bruises had faded with the anger and indecision. 

Happiness was reserved for paper dolls.

Bad relationships like burning tenements offer few escape routes.

She tossed a match as she secured the door behind her.

Until in death, we do part.

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28 thoughts on “A Narrow Escape, Friday Fictioneers

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  1. Soooo glad to see you here, Tracey! And with a blazing short, to boot. So much said in so few words. Glad you were nudged to write šŸ˜‰

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  2. What a great opening line. And it just gets better. So much in those few words. She started out a victim but she’s grown tough and resolute and she’s taking charge of things.

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