Friday Fictioneers – Darkness Comes – Genre: horror PG

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Friday Fictioneers – March 29, 2013

“Darkness Comes”

Carol stared at the kerosene lanterns trying to burn the darkness.

The electricity had gone out weeks ago and the valuable liquid, at least, disappeared slowly.

She had the shades up in the afternoon overcast.  Soon it would be night and they would come out again.

George had tried to scare them off.  He had taken the axe and had run out screaming and swinging.

They hadn’t even altered their direction to get away.   George had made it back to the house, but not unscathed.

She watched him breathing slowly in the corner and loaded the gun, just in case.

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