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Lake Winter
by Shea M Clarke

Sunday, January 18, 2009
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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She drowned in LakeWinter, that's what he would be told.
She smiled to herself as she thought about the look of pain his face would posses at that moment.
He would be eaten up with guilt and regret.
She knew exactly how he would react.
His mind would replay the horrible things he said...his last words to her.
He would feel sick and tears would stream down his face.
He would hate himself, maybe even try to take his own life.
Of course he wouldn't have the courage to succeed, the spineless jerk.
She leaned forward and felt herself slip from the dock into the icy water.
She smiled up at the moon, so beautiful and full.
Revenge was hers...she won.
She drowned in LakeWinter, she sang out as her body became submerged.
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