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Part I: Didn't Do It
Playtime for the Black children gets a bit out of hand. A drabble written to demonstrate 'foreshadowing'.
Part II: Nightmares
A late night storm, nightmares, and a conversation between a young boy and his father.
Part III: Success?
They were doing it together, he said. And he helped out a friend, only to have it blow up in his face years later. A drabble written to demonstrate ‘irony’.
Part IV: Recognition
Battles are what make up a war. The Good Side fights the Evil Side, and both sides have their share of victories – and defeats. Fear, dread, tension, horror: they all seep through both sides of a conflict. There are memories; there are imaginings; there is terror; there is grief; there is life; there is death. And there is blood. A drabble written to demonstrate ‘cliff hangers’.
Part V: He Laughed
It was just another normal day – or so it seemed. But he had to confront him, he wanted to understand. And only two words were needed to make the other perish. But things don’t always turn out as they were planned.
Part VI: Wake Up
He kept telling himself that he wasn’t there, that everything was just a nightmare. Only a nightmare, and he would surely wake up from the darkness soon. No matter how horrible a nightmare was, it always came to an end … And then, he would wake up. He would wake up from this nightmare. A drabble written to demonstrate ‘flashbacks’.
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