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No Dominion

It was about time, epitaph planned in advance– Will you dance with me?

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Mercy

She, unmoving, has remained the same for millennia, mercy on a tether. As for the tombs, the plots, the names engraved on headstones, those are always different, change, the truest source of sorrow replenished.

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2-Sentence Horror Story

Will you marry me, and promise to be mine forever and ever? Yes, she agreed, one foot in the grave, the other scraping forward.

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Stir

Scraping grave remnants, the woman’s canceled bones stir– You will know my name.

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Enclosure

She has held this position of constant sorrow for millennia, ennobling the grief of sundered hearts too human to bear openly.

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