50 Word Stories: Voices Lost and Found

She hung from the tree by the rope about her neck, deserted and alone. If one judged such things from clothes, she’d been poor, her feet bare and bloodied, hair matted and torn. But all I wondered was if her voice matched her beautiful, dead eyes.
It didn’t. I ran.

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13 thoughts on “50 Word Stories: Voices Lost and Found

      1. hahaha …
        My girls who are aged 19-17 are really tough kids! They would shook their heads and said, “Mom, those are fake, you do know that, do you? She is wearing wigs and make up and pretending. It is all lies.”

        Then I replied. “Then why are we watching it if it is just fake?”

        Then my 19 years old girl responded. “Because we love plastic and all polyester things! Horror films included. Very useful.”

        I had to shook my head and laugh. Kids!
        LOL

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