Curing the Curse by Riham Gharib

Prompt: Cut the strings | Word count: 1000 | Genre: Drama

He thought that the drive around the empty streets was exactly what he needed. One last time.

The humidity didn’t help much though. He started the AC, but smoke started coming from the grids where clean air should be. Moments later the car stopped completely. Right beside the Capital School of Architecture; right where he shouldn’t be.

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Cut the Strings by Irina Maks

Prompt: Cut the strings | Word count: 1000 | Genre: Drama

“What the fuck just happened? Why isn’t he answering me? Fucking piece of shit, I know this would happen, I just knew it! Fucking liar. I hate this thing, why did I let myself go through this mess again? I knew, deep down I just knew it will end up this badly, he was so unsure when we talked about the future, and every little thing we did to make a step forward. He was always in a thinking process, like a retard, fucking hell, the shit left me, I cannot believe it Karen, the shit just left me.” – Stacy is going mad. She is talking with her friend on the phone, and walking all over the place. She can’t stay still, she is messy, her hair is everywhere and she looks as she had been crying for a while.

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Cut the… by Mia Botha

Prompt: Cut the strings | Word count: 1000 | Genre: Thriller

Warning: Violence

08:47

“Open your eyes and look at me.” He says.

His hand is heavy on my shoulder. I shake my head, a small almost indiscernible movement only someone half an inch away from me would notice.

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