“That’s a funny place to get a dagger stuck!”

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‘I remember,’ said The Roman to Death, ‘thinking that “I bet the bloody wife is right” when I spoke to Decimus last night.’

‘Is that so dear?’ replied Death

‘Well I would have expected this from Brutus and Cassius, but Decimus too? Fair enough the young chap is nearly 20 years younger than me, 36 I think, but, he was one of my trusted few!’

‘That is generally the case dear,’ said Death as she severed The Roman’s necrobilical cord with her spectacularly sharp set of secateurs.

A quizzical look fell across The Roman’s face. ‘Hang on, are you Death?’

‘Yes dear.’

‘But you look like my Grandma?’

‘I’m everyone’s Grandma,’ she replied, and vanished with a pop.

‘Hmmm,’ thought The Roman, ‘it’s getting pretty warm in here.’ And indeed it did, Hell is like that.

Fin.

 

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. I like the character of death that you have created. I never pictured it as a woman like I said before but each story gets better.

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    1. Hey hey! Cheers for that groover! I will try to send you a link specific to ‘Death’. She is a lot of fun, and can be a bit nasty. Stand by whilst I have a hunt. N

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        1. Okay, this is still a bit ‘first draft’ish, let me know what you think.

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          1. I read this and really liked it. I like how death questioned if the family would be adequately prepared for the death of the patriarch. It made her seem sympathetic.

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            1. She is, but, she can be an utter bitch, and has a dog that eats souls. She does like a good cup of tea though.

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              1. Nice touches! The dog and the cup of tea.

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