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Ladies Of The Night PT.1
By Trixie Love
Thursday, November 29, 2001

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~ Ladies Of The Night ~

A man filled with such
hatred and rage towards
the ladies of the night...
After years of living with
his bitter memory,
of his mother being a prostitute....

The sickened memories of his
mother bringing different
men home every night,
Introducing them to Mark
"as his new uncle" "whoever."

Oh how the stench of alcohol
filled the home,
The laughter coming from his mother's bedroom.
As Mark would stand by the
door and listen, with tears
streaming down his face..
Completely drove him over
the edge of madness.
Soon his hatred and rage
would erupt like a rushing


A lady of the night...
Never did she realize
what she was about to encounter...
When she would come face
to face with this raging


Annette felt compelled
to make her living on
the streets...
She did whatever it took,
to provide for her four
small children.
Annette was uneducated
with no special skills
or training.

One night Annette began
to reflect on her lifestyle.
She felt as tho' she had
sold her soul to satan.
Feeling so cheap and dirty,
the guilt began to totally
consume her...

She made a vow, that one
day she would stop selling
Annette felt that she had
to restore her self-respect.

While working the streets
on one cold bitter night.
Mark pulled up to the corner
where there he saw Annette
As she approached him,
He flashed a badge at her
posing as a cop.

Mark forced Annette into
his car.
When suddenly, He began to
brutally beat her.
Mark drove to a very dark
remote area.
Where he continued to beat

He proceeded to pull her
out from the car,
Dragging her into a deeply
wooded area.
Annette could do nothing,
but to think of her children.
For she knew that she was
going to die.

Mark forced Annette to
get down on her knees,
pointing a gun to her head.
"Annette sobbed and begged
for mercy."
Mark laughed at her,
as he pulled the trigger
shooting her twice in
the head.

Annette fell to the ground,
Laying there in a pool of
her own blood.
She felt herself quickly
drifting away.
Mark placed her bloodied
body into a shallow grave.
Laughing, as he got back
into his car and sped off.

Mark did not make it
very far,
Before he noticed a
squad car behind him...
The police pulled him pull
over. Out of all thing's,
"for a broken tail light."

As they were questing him,
they noticed blood all
over his shirt.
The police ordered him out
of the car.
Instructing him lay flat
on the ground.
The police proceeded to
search the car..
Whereas, they came upon
the phony police badge.

Mark knew that his life
was now forever doomed.
Suddenlty, in the cold
silence of the night,
there was a loud gun shot.
The police turned to Mark,
when they discovered,
that he had somehow freed
himself from the handcuffs,
and shot himself in the head.

As for Annette...
She managed to dig herself
out of the shallow grave...
All covered with blood,
she managed to make her
way to the main road...
It was a blessing that
the police noticed her
Much to their amazement
she was still alive..

Annette did suffer severe
brain damage,
as well as the loss of her
Eventually, Annette went
totally insane.
All because of one dreadful night.

She now remains silently
in a padded room.
With no memory of her chilren,
family or friends.
The doctor's stated that
"Annette will never recover."

As for her children,
They reside with the grandparent's.
As they all try to make
some sense out of this
horrific tragedy...


By: Trixie Love
(c) 2002

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Reviewed by Ian ryan 7/10/2003
Trixie -

You have woven an eerie and dark story.

It is filled with imagery, anticipation and drama. It leaves this reader with a gloomy uneasiness.

Reviewed by na na 7/8/2003
Gosh honey, what a gripping story! Tragedy on all sides. No one in this plot came out a winner. Life is like this sometimes, bitter and cold and violent. Events and circumstances made this happen. Events in both their lives moved them on this path of violence and destruction. I love you so.
Bill xox
Reviewed by Cles Wilson 10/8/2002
Excellent piece of work. I didn't realize I was holding my breath until I had finished reading the story.
Reviewed by Lee Garrett 6/22/2002
Very nice, though it reads more like a synopsis for a story than a story itself. The insight into the motivations and the character descriptions are excellent.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 6/22/2002
Really well thought out story. I like the way you showed each persons feeling and how they came to the spot that they are in and the part that they take in this drama I too would like to see this story expanded. Good write.

Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery 6/22/2002
This is so powerfully written and the tragic story is so compelling. I'm just sorry it took me so long to come over to read your short stories section!
Reviewed by Nickolaus Pacione 5/24/2002

This is good, as a student of the genre and able to write the genre as well this is a good read. Chicago and the collar counties produce a lot of horror writers -- and this is a good burnt offering.
Reviewed by 3/30/2002
A tragic story in both lives. If only Marks mother had more self repect and concern for her child as Annette did for her children. How circumstances can change peoples lives, how a moment in time could change our own in an instant. Life can be cruel at times.
You have a Poe quality about you, keep up the great work.
Reviewed by Sharon Williamson 2/23/2002
I knew you wrote wonderful poetry...I did not know all of your writing talents. Bravo!
Reviewed by Victoria Murray 12/23/2001
I agree with everyone Trixie this is execellent! 'Take 10' you deserve it!
Reviewed by Carol 12/21/2001
Trixie, have you ever considered writing a book?
Your stories are so great!

Reviewed by Charles Mann 12/6/2001
Great story Trixie,just what I needed at 2:50 am to get the blood pumping.No bad dreams tonight,"ha,ha,ha",When is part two?
your tired and almost awake frind.
Reviewed by Allyn 12/5/2001
-Think I wouldn't mind seeing this stretched out a bit (That being a compliment in it's self)- a gut-wrencher noentheless. Think the straight-forwards unflinching way it is told works well with it though.
Reviewed by Tina 12/1/2001
Trixie, this is absolutely
It keep my attention going!

Reviewed by Ann 11/29/2001
Such a spine thrilling story.
You painted an excellent picture of the entire scene.
Awesome piece of work!


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