Sunday, 11 July 2010

The Sacrifice..(A Tale In 160 Characters)

The Sacrifice....(A Tale In 160 Characters)
By Pete Marshall

I travelled deep into her wretched heart
and staked my claim upon her will
I watched her screams whilst darkness danced
And prayed with friends that gathered still

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Kay said...

to me, sounds like marriage haha

Brian Miller said...

ouch, kay. lol.
your 160 sounds like its got some bite pete...smiles. how bout a garlic necklace?

my 160 is up!

Claudia said...

sounds scary - glad I do not sit in a foggy dark place while reading it..

PattiKen said...

Oh, creepy! Still, everlasting life... Nah, not worth it.

Excellent, Pete.

Felicitas said...

Awesome! This 160 has bite!

sheri said...

wow, this was rather chilling, peter! makes me glad i'm sitting in broad daylight as i read it ;)
i stopped by the one stop blog a while ago and read the most fabulous work about the strip and a was accredited to peter marshall. was it you?? if so, it was WONDERFUL!!

Monkey Man said...

Amazing what can be said in only 160. Brilliant post and thanks for playing.

Harris Channing said...

Wow, that's pretty dark but very good!

Here's mine:

Anonymous said...

Whoooaa... that was chilling and cruel!!! But very good!!!

Alice Audrey said...

But who is the vampire? No, wait. You never did mention a vampire. What am I thinking?

TALON said...

Chilling...I literally got goosebumps reading this. The last line is the scariest of all.

Larry said...


Fire Ants

Thanks For reading

Jingle said...

interesting 160,
it does not sound like you.

mine is up,
simply click on my name to get to my blogger account. thank you.

Caty said...

I'm reading a Charlaine Harris series right now...She's good, but this was better :)

Me said...

Good job, that was chilling!!

Christine said...

Another amazing and very well written piece.


artswebshow said...

excellent, i really must try this out

moondustwriter said...

That was wretched
ouch is right

Jingle said...

a poetry award,
two general,