11 Random Sentences

11 Random Sentences by Tiffany Greenfield www.eleventhhourfiction.wordpress.com

  1.  He knew the doll was watching him and whenever he turned away he heard it laugh.
  2. He would never see another sunset and knowing this, as the last bit of orange sank below the horizon he stood and took a bow.
  3. There was no wind, yet the wind chimes danced under the night.
  4. She couldn’t believe the alien invasion began before having a morning cup of coffee.
  5. Sometimes it is just fun to sneak out in the cold garage and smoke a cigarette at 3 a.m.
  6. He had been reckless yet he liked her and before he slipped out of the hotel room, he left his business card tucked in her shoe.
  7. It probably wasn’t normal in most households to drop acid with your Mom and Dad, but his parents had always felt very strongly about taking trips as a family.
  8. She found the movies in the back of her parents closet and knowing they had been nudists in the 1960’s, there was no way in hell she would be watching them.
  9. With every step towards the abandoned asylum the whispers became louder until it was a chorus of misery that once filled the air, a soulful noise he couldn’t ignore.
  10. Sick of hiding the scars on her wrists, she outlined them with black eyeliner, put on a short sleeved shirt and got on with her life.
  11. As she stood over the bonfire burning his clothes, she couldn’t even remember why she had loved him at all.

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