To An End

Ground abruptly introduced, the looming presence found her clawing, desperate. Pain invisible,  escape craved as fated violence, stretched wet knowing eyes. Shadowed and unknown, the gruesome end met her with swift, reeking pain.


Wrote this in response to Trifecta’s 33 word challenge that went like this:

For this weekend’s Trifecta 33 word challenge:

“Write a horror story in 33 words, without the words blood, scream, died, death, knife, gun, or kill. Good luck.”


7 comments on “To An End

    • debseeman says:

      Didn’t “see” the poetry until you mentioned this, then I went back and re-read it and it does have a poetry flow to it. Thanks for the compliment. I love poetry and don’t write it as often as I did when I was an angst filled teen 😀


  1. Sandra says:

    What a horrifying end. This justifies my acrophobia!


  2. Thanks so much for linking up with Trifecta this week. Hope to see you back on Monday (10 am Eastern) for the new prompt and some exciting news about the changes Trifecta is making to spread the word about our writing community.


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