Elizabeth : Writing

Fog

Fog

A Poem by Elizabeth


Somewhere in the fog, she stands alone The trees and sky are obscured by thin wisps of milky air But though the fog closes in, no fear envelops he..
Jack and Libby

Jack and Libby

A Chapter by Elizabeth


“Close your eyes, Libby. This won’t be pretty.” Jack spits as he turns his sister away from the gruesome mess at her feet. Libby rol..
Ground Zero

Ground Zero

A Chapter by Elizabeth


When the attacks began, Libby and Jack were alone in their parents house. It was well past midnight and they had been watching Shark Week on the Disco..
The Dark

The Dark

A Chapter by Elizabeth


Jack felt the weight of the dark settle around him. He heard nothing but Libby’s whimpers. When the lights went out, he told her to sit in the l..
The Most Dangerous Drug

The Most Dangerous Drug

A Poem by Elizabeth


Sitting on the back porch, cigarette in hand, I write to you. The moon blinks and the stars taunt while dogs bark in the distance. Practical..

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