Teardrops mixed in with blood drops. He’d vowed everything to never drink blood straight from a human, yet morality seemed to deny him. He couldn’t lose another friend, not his best friend, so he bit again, desperate to give life to the fading heartbeat.
Supernatural micro fiction written in the first half of February.
“You mean someone chose this hell deliberately?”
“He backpedaled, “I didn’t realize–”
“My mother was dead, and he was my only family. What other choice did I have?”
“It isn’t choosing if you felt it was the only option.”
These are my microfiction on Twitter from January 15th-31st. Subjects are random, but toward the end I began incorporating supernatural themes, as mentioned in my previous post.
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The following #vss365 were my first ever on Twitter. Some are more rough as I figured out the flow of Twitter microfiction. Subjects are random.
In December, I discovered the #VSS365 on Twitter. I watched it for a while, mesmerized by the amazing short stories, poems, and snippets I read from other writers that I had followed.
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