Morrigans Wake
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Morrigans Wake

The Metro

A Fantasy Short Story

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I didn’t win the contest. I kind of predicted it beforehand, but it still didn’t prepare me for the aftershock. Everyone was talented. Everyone had more charisma. I thought I had a shot, but I was missing something everyone else had.

The judges were not kind, not that they had to be anyway. I tried my best, but it wasn’t enough — the other contestants were stronger. I know I…

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Fiction by Lark Morrigan

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Lark Morrigan

Lark Morrigan

Poet, essayist, sci-fi/fantasy writer, eclectic music junkie, & artist at heart. Lyrical soul. larkmorrigan.com

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