What it Does by Ariel Petrakovich
12:09 PM | Author: Glen Binger
What it Does by Ariel Petrakovich

Laughter drifted up from the streets standing far below, people passing in large packs, as if strength in numbers would protect them from harm. Well they were right. Loneliness was deadly, a plague that cut deeper than bone, it destroyed and swallowed the remains whole, if anything was left over.

Ariel Petrakovich is a student and writer living in Georgia. Her spare time is spent writing stories that make her friends cry. It's all in good fun.
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On 3/7/10, 7:26 PM , Crybbe666 said...

This is one really, really cool piece of flash. Great flow and rhythm for such a short piece.