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Squirrels: This time it’s personal XVII

The second to last episode in the chain. A must-read!


This is part 17 of the CBS Chain Story.

My part is continued from howanxious.

4799238882_38a3d15f43_zEvening descended. Light spread like a grey shroud over the land. No sound of birds. No buzz and rattle of insects. The grey grass bent to the ground in its genuflection to decay. The dying sun glinted off the glossed black boots of the man who decided it was time to step out into the open.

He stood for a long time watching. Shadows moved in the trees. If he turned his head to look, there was nothing there. Far off he could hear a rhythmic pounding. Dull and steady like an insistent heart. He would go to it.

They sky’s grey eye glared down on him.

“Watch me if you want, you’ll be blind soon enough,” he said under his breath. No sense in provoking the sky, especially since once the sun went…

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