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A Dish Served Cold

March 14, 2014
Ballerinas Dancing at the Red Cross Fund - Brisbane 1942

Ballerinas Dancing at the Red Cross Fund – Brisbane 1942

Hard blue eyes examined the faded photo. She spoke in a cold, satisfied voice. “There you are Margaret! You’ll pay for your sins, oh how you’ll pay! You were so jealous of my prettiness and grace, that you did this to me! You took my legs, my dancing career, and my lover!” She snarled bitterly, slamming a clenched fist on the wheelchair’s arm. “I’ll teach you Margaret! I’ll destroy your life just like you destroyed mine!” She pricked her age-spotted left thumb with a needle. She carefully let three drops fall on the face of a dark-haired girl. “Blood calls to Blood, by the Blood Shared, Seek and ye shall Find.” She trembled with rage, laying it in her companion’s claws. “Kill the one I’ve marked!” The witch ordered.

“Yessss, Misssstressss.” The demon hissed and disappeared in a cloud of sulfur back in time to 1942.

“Revenge is mine after seventy-two years! Goodbye sister!” She shouted triumphantly.

Emily

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155 Words in response to Flash! Friday-Vol 2-14, 150 word limit (10-word leeway), Dragon’s Bidding: Include a dancer
http://flashfriday.wordpress.com/2014/03/14/flash-friday-vol-2-14/

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