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L’amour

by on June 7, 2015

Winifred was an ex-incarnation of Death, now a shop girl in a sprawling metropolis on Verin Prime. Phil was a volcano spirit haunting a sun-drenched Earth island. Their relationship seemed a chimera to some people. Still, they liked Anne Hathaway movies and minty ice cream. You can build a lot on that.

This story was written for the Shapeshifting 13 challenge at Grammar Ghoul Press.

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3 Comments
  1. “You can build a lot on that.” You killed me with this line! It is so true, though. Sounds like my kinda creatures! Nice write

  2. YeshuM permalink

    All it takes is some lou!

  3. Wow. I like this one a lot. Love your imagination!

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