A Mothers Wish – 100 Word Microfiction Short Story

A Mothers Wish

“The truth isn’t what I want, that would be too easy. I want your lies. I want your deceptions. I want more reasons to kill every single one of you.” he barks like a caged animal, his eyes searching his foes with disruptive focus, coming to a stop on Anne, then the smile swims back across his lips. “Tell me woman, what glories do the children of lesser fruit bring to you? What wondrous tales have they brought upon this ocean of a world? Tell me your lies of proudness and know that you will live to lie another day?”

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