Short Story: Failure to Survive #BlogShorts

Failure to Survive
by Tom B. Taker

’Tis a peculiar fate, to live to see thine own torch snuffeth out.

The alliance had fallen.

Helplessly I watch whilst my cohorts fall in succession. The tribe hath spoken.

This post is part of the BlogShorts challenge. June 2011 – 30 stories – 30 words – 30 days.

3 responses

  1. “Thou art beyond reproach, my Lord. Thy honor is not diminished by your defeat.

    Anon, when the dead are buried and the wounded bound, I shall ease your pain with my gentle touch.

    But hark…I hear the knock of “shave and a haircut, two bits.” Let me get not between thy beard and thy barber. For without thy barber, there would be no getting of me.”

    –From the Hair Chronicles – A Hero’s Hirsute History


    1. In sooth, very nice. Now get thee hence lest I count the ways I can suffer slings and arrows at your arse. Yes, anon!


  2. D’oh. I forgot to remove the music video from the post I copied. Am I a canker-blossom or what?


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