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Fangs

by Charlotte Joyce | Score: 4450

Once, a glass shattered.  The talented mortician could realize how this shattered glass could change her life, but it did.  Ms. M thought that she would have gotten away with the kill, but she knew that the gig was up. The piano still played within the background, as she woefully picked up the pieces.  The witchcraft was now seen.  Winter is long and extremely cold, so is the human heart when it ceases to love.  She oddly remembered the pharmacist, the one who had a child-like face.  He helped people live.  Not to die.  Ambivalence still lingered as she through the pieces away within the make-shift salon.  The shrill cry of a lone dog echoes in the evening mist.  "White Fang" was her favorite novel but not today.  The thought of dogs made her nervous.  Aren't those the kinds that attack those criminals.  The artistic sports coach who she was taking care of, could understand why she was so jittery.  Loving someone is not what people look for in, A Grand Candy Wrapper.  And certainly guilt can make someone eat more and more, but she had to think on her feet.  She may know the person that Ms. M hated.  The qua

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event A glass shatters
Character A talented mortician
Words Reach 50 words
Letter Use the letter K
Event Winter is long and extremely cold
Prop Include a piano
Character A childish pharmacist
Letter Use the letter A
Words Reach 100 words
Event A shrill cry echoes in the mist
Letter Use the letter L
Prop Include a candy wrapper
Character An artistic sports coach
Prop Include a novel
Words Reach 200 words

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