A battlefield to different arguments by Anthony Arnott

Seeing a married woman is a terrible thing, I know. Especially when her husband’s in a coma. She’s a battlefield to different arguments. She was never meant to be torn apart like this. But, I thought she’d be mine, not die and leave me with a stranger to look after.

Anthony Arnott lives in Ormskirk, Lancashire in England and is currently studying for an MA in Writing Studies at Edge Hill University. He has written for as long as he can remember and, along with fifty word stories, he also enjoys writing poetry and, if he is feeling ambitious enough, scripts for the screen.
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