One Word: Chase
She’d been running for years it seemed.Â She was nothing but tired, resigned to being caught.Â She didn’t mean for things to turn out the way they did.Â She never meant to be anything but a normal person, but he wouldn’t go away and there was the soup and right there in the cabinet, the rat poison.Â She knew he would never stop, so she did. The chase was over.
Intense… and good!
Wow. When I began reading, I was reminded of myself, but by the end… Intense (and definitely not me 🙂 ).
thank you all – I like these little one words. Thank you for the kind words 🙂
I like thinking that the prompt this time was actually “done.” So done with it. What horrible prisons, when the way out is homicide, rather than walking away. But, we know what “walking away” would likely have been for her. She knew he would never stop…