And when the sun had set, she came out of hiding. Two hours! It was impossible to do what she was planning to, in such a short span of time. But then this was all the time that she had, and she knew she had to do it. This was the only thing she could do to free herself. Only time could tell, how this freedom was going to be like!
As she slowly and cautiously crouched along the railing of the terrace, she rechecked her possesions. The weapon was in place, and so was the letter. The typical sound audible to her on her earphone indicated that the miniature video camera attached to her head gear was still operational. He will feel proud of me when he sees the video!
She reached the main door on the terrace which lead downstairs to the seventh floor of the building. Action time now!
And then suddenly, out of nowhere a spot light fell on her. She was caught by utter suprise and reflex made her jump away but it was too late. Whop! Whop! Two bullets from a pistol, landed straight at her heart. And there she was, dead on the concrete.
4 replies on “Freedom”
hmm, I like this story
tht was dark!
wat’s with u,amrit??
whoa, what was that all about ?
I love leaving the reader tooo curious and toooo clueless. When it’s fiction, it can be anything you know…jusssht anything…