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Sleep Elizabeth
by Eugene Williams
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Part four: in the Pebbles beneath me.


 

 
 
It was not at all, like I thought it would be not that I knew what to expect. I just wanted the nightmares to end. The cool sensation about my neck made everything possible the dreamscape became so real.
Childhood moments flooded the gray shadows moving between the twilight of my last dream. I could only watch as the silvery motion held me.
The taste of his breath griped the back of my throat, I want to throw up but I could not the gagging increased as I forced myself to remain still.
The silvery motion held me there was no pain. The ice was so clear inches it seemed from my flowing hair touching, reaching ; reaching but there was no pain.
Steven is that you pinned beneath me bound by time in this damn embrace! I hate you for sharing with me this kiss of death, foul yet simple is this love without grace.
The woods told a tale, the village was our spell, now we can forever share the pebbles beneath us there cool embrace and I staring in your lovely cursed face.
How did we get here Steven do you remember what I said? Elizabeth be still, we will soon be in the woods, Elizabeth close your eyes and be still. Sleep Elizabeth, we have much to do come night.
They are looking down at us through the ice, they are fools, the red haired one on the ice skates, Steven she will share our fate would you like watching her try and escape. Sleep Elizabeth we have much to do, she can wait……….

 

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Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Different, but I like reading something different that takes some thinking too. Awesome in fact.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Geez, this sends such chills, fabulous writing...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by TONY NERONE
This excellent writing does not disappoint me, Eugene. As I was saying you are a great flexable writer.

GOD BLESS
Tony
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