Thursday, August 14, 2014

No Remorse - Flash Fiction

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Amy sat staring out the window, not looking at anything in particular.  She felt a numbness she’d never felt before. That’s all she felt.  No remorse for what she’d done, no regrets whatsoever.

People have rights and she was bound and determined she’d cash in on hers. Maybe she’d taken it a bit far but that was yet to be determined.

In some eyes what Amy had done was understandable but for some it would be considered in despicable.

The bus came to a stop in front of the courthouse.  The guards put the shackle’s back on the prisoners.

This is a post for a Flash Fiction Challenge over at Carrot Ranch. If you or someone you know likes to read or write flash fiction please stop by and join in on the fun and many challenges. Each week on Wednesdays +Charli Mills provides us with a new flash fiction challenge.

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