RIC S. BASTASA


short stories


you create the hero
and then the
villain
and to make the
story short
the hero finally
gets hold
of the gun and
points it to
the head of the
villain
pleading for
mercy
and then
bang!

Submitted: Thursday, March 05, 2009

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