‘A raw red light suddenly pierced the gloom.
She watched the strobe search the landscape startling shadows into shapes, rearing up out of endless Night. Like a bloodshot eye, it watched the girl, knowing her to be a stranger.
She did not belong here. And yet … and yet … she was here … so it must be meant to be.’
A young girl stands at the grave of her mother feeling so helpless, abandoned, afraid, alone. She is wondering where souls go when a body dies? Does she really want to know? Is she up to the challenge?
Be careful what you wish for …
Published: 15 March 2012
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