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Now and Then

… dystopian fiction in 50-words: AZAZEL

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Azazel always carried it but hoped she’d never use it.

Thunderstorms  usually kept the androgynous SHE-MEN in their hostels, and so she risked the venture.

But these cloned beings thought she was the last, and they were waiting.

For us, Azazel pulled the pin; keeping our secret safe. For now.

Author: rbs

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2 thoughts on “… dystopian fiction in 50-words: AZAZEL

  1. Ooooooooo! Especially love that last line . . .

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