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He slithered into town quietly so no one would notice when he dug his fangs in and slowly poisoned their minds

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´╗┐English assessment He slithered into town quietly so no one would notice when he dug his fangs in and slowly poisoned their minds Business Tycoon Alexandra fought to keep his senses, but the darkness was closing in. His only solace was in knowing his attacker would never obtain what he had come for. A moment later, with a contemptuous stare, the ominous figure produced a blade which glimmered on the smooth marble floor, he saw his own petrified face as the assailyer brought it close into Alexandra?s pain-stricken face. The blade hovered. Carefully. Surgically. He cried out in agony, but it was too late? High atop the steps of the world?s largest telecom facility in Switzerland, A young woman laughed playfully and called down to him. ...read more.

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mentally. The date barely registered in my brain ? one week since the sinful date, one week of suffering. I stumbled excessively to the washroom, desperately trying to wash my guilty conscience away. A futile attempt. ?Macbeth!? My wife bellowed from the hall, every head turned, to get a glimpse of the commotion. The soup slipped through my hands by the unexpected sound, it hit the floor like an echo of lifelessness; just like Alex?s body. ?Y-yes, Lady-y Macbeth?? I slurred, feeling a tear roll down my cheek. Her eyebrows furrowed in suspicion. ?Honey, what?s the matter?? In that moment, I envied her. She forgot everything about what we had done, like it never happen, so blissfully unaware. ...read more.

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She dropped the old matchbox to the floor and lit the candles, which flickered in the dark, eerie room. I watched as her eyes scanned the room suspiciously, I could tell she was frightened. Her eyelids quivered as her hands trembled with terror. Silvery light from the moon pepped through the old, stained glass windows which reflected from the expensive china vases; turning the light into a horrific, dark blood red. The light fell upon the polished wooden board perfectly and it illuminated the writing. ?IT IS TIME FOR REVENGE?. The writing seemed scratched on, I stole a glance at her finger nails and realised the unleashed horror? ...read more.

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