50 Word Story: Into the Night… and your GIFT!

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She tenderly kissed the lips that loved her beyond words and more beautifully than song. Those lips were now cold and silent.

I’ll follow you into the darkness, she vowed. We can shine there together.

Clutching the dagger to her chest, Juliet pierced her heart; succumbing gladly into the night.

(The tragic play, Romeo and Juliet, was written by William Shakespeare)

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When relationships go bad, what exactly can happen? Open your world to twenty of the most twisted characters you’ll ever encounter. Did these eye splintering tales actually happen or were they just a figment of a warped mind’s imagination? Don’t go far — you can find out for yourself before Christmas is even over.

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Author: Rose Perez (Poet Rummager)
Photographs, Book Cover, and Book Trailer by: Matt W. Childs (FlyTrapMan)

34 comments

  1. I am not convinced this speaks of sadness. How blessed with LOVE is an individual that may experience this level of passion and commitment and an absolute desire to carry it “willfully” to eternity? We may classify the act of suicide a tragedy, but is this a fair assessment without understanding the undertones that lead to this decision?

    Regardless, the poem is a beautiful piece that reaches deep into the heart of the reader. ❀

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      • I told WP that I want to follow my own blog and then, after navigating to the place for managing followed blogs, I told it to send me e-mails about comments on my blog. I get some near-duplicate e-mails but am less likely to miss a comment. Of course it can still happen. Murphy rules!

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