ILLUMINATION
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ILLUMINATION

In the End

Flash Fiction Challenge 100 — Day 51 Take Two

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In the end, she tells herself for the millionth time; it was only an accident. He hadn’t meant to injure her in this most irreversible manner. This had been the unfortunate outcome of an unintentional flirtation. He hadn’t meant to die, but only to taste the long imagined cessation of feeling, loathing, comparing. Surely, that was all this had been, right?

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