Beyond The Grave..

Chapter 6.

What she saw in the passing trees were horrifying alone. Desolate and scarred children. Some of them were flashes of mangled children. It troubled her. She couldn’t get the images from her mind. They plagued her mind with visions of disparity. Even when she closed her eyes, all she saw were the mangled children from among the nature. There was no escape from what she was seeing. She wishes her husband would pay her…

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As an Author, I am at peace knowing I have left a part of myself behind in this world before I become one with nature again.

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Anna Lucille Mello

As an Author, I am at peace knowing I have left a part of myself behind in this world before I become one with nature again.