Lady With An Ax
She was taller than most ladies and therefore better able to carry an ax at her side without it brushing the ground.
She carried the ax everywhere, even to places where there was no need for an ax. To the marketplace. To town festivals. Even to the temple. It nestled alongside her gown…
Fantasy | Short story | 1,700 words
Clank clank. Rust and dust, rising from the scrap heap. Scattering parts, scattering sparks. Apocalypse come, Apocalypse gone. Piles of humans, of men and women and children, oil-slick black with flies, yellow and green and blue with slime and slag. Dead flesh, rotting flesh, black flesh, blue flesh…
Science Fiction | Flash Fiction | 610 words
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