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Witch’s Brew

Flash fiction

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A witch’s brew creates a storm that cannot be stopped at its start or slowed to a pace for the brew holds a wish to sever all ties to those who would cast obscenities and wicked insults her way, her good deeds forgotten.

Only a rope to tie the village witch to a stake and burn her away imprisons their hearts and minds, her lifeless value than a penny. So, she curses the rope, and away it…

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The Lark shares fictional short stories and poetry

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Giulietta Passarelli

Giulietta Passarelli

Author/Poet/Writer of middle grade novels, short stories, & poems, for adults & the ageless: http://www.gpassarelli.com; updates website every 1st of the month.

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