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Judgment
By Daniel Harris Blacke
Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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Dave and Brian meet their maker. A story written completely in dialogue.

 

 
         "Hey, Brian... that really you?"

         "Yeah, Dave, I can't believe you're here, too."

         "Did you see Chris?"

         "No, I..."

         "He's right over there, two lines to the left."

         "Yeah, I see him. Geez, he doesn't look too happy."

         "Well, considering..."

         "Yeah, I guess I see what you mean."

         "Look at the size of this line!"

         "I know, you'd think it was Disneyland or something."

         "Do you think you'll get in?"

         "Sure..."

         I wish I was so confident."

         "Hey, I'm a good person... always have been."

         "I was just thinking about... Oh my God! Did you see that?"

         "I can't believe it! It's gone! The whole damned thing, it's just... gone."

         "I guess the line's about to get a lot longer, now."

         ...

         "You think my Mom will be there?"

         "Sure, man. Your mom was always one class-act."

         "I hope so."

         ...

         "Brian."

         "What?"

         "Look, the line's started moving."

         "Good, I think my legs are starting to ache."


         "Man! This is worse than Disneyland!"

         "I know, right? How many people do you think are still ahead of us?"

         "I can't even imagine."

         "Hey, what's that ahead?"

         "Not sure... Looks like a giant chair or something."

         "It's so bright up there."


         "Dave, do you see those smaller chairs?"

         "Yeah. Is that what those are?"

         "I think so."

         "You see the chair on the far left? Doesn't that look like Helen Radcliffe?"

         "Yeah, man... It actually does. Hey, do you remember what she did with the entire football team in the locker room after that game senior year?"

         "Yeah... Yeah, what a slut. I guess it isn't her."

         "I would hope not."

         "Oh my God, this is so weird!"

         "What?"

         "Look at the guy in the chair next to the lady that looks like Helen."

         "Yeah?"

         "Isn't that Billy Kent's dad?"

         "It does look like him. Poor Billy, he just was never the same after his old man got busted for raping and murdering those three girls in Bucks county."

         "Dude! What is he doing sitting in one of the chairs up there?"

         "I don't know. Maybe this is some kind of a joke or, maybe they have to sit there before they go to... You Know Where".

         "Bro, that must be it. Do you see who it looks like sitting in the middle chair?"

         "Geez That can't be... Charles Manson?"

         "I swear to God, it is."

         "But.. But, no! It looks like they have something to do with what-ever's going on up there."

         "I remember something like this from Sunday school. They must be... the judges?"

         "Dude, what kind of God has sluts, child molesters and murders sitting in judgment of good and decent people?"

         "I don't know, not any kind of God I would want to follow."

         "Bro... it's your turn."


         "STAND AT THE PODIUM FOR THE RECOUNTING OF YOUR DAYS."

         ...

         "MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL, HOW SAY YOU?"

         "Guilty."

         "Guilty."

         "Guilty."

         "Guilty."

         "Guilty."

         "Guilty."

         "Guilty."

         "DAVID ALEXANDER CROMWELL, YOU HAVE SENTENCED YOURSELF TO YOUR FATE."

         "Ahhhhhhaaaarrrgghhh!"


(Story Length: 497 words)

© Copyright 2010 Daniel Harris Blacke

 

 

 

 

 

 


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