Five Card Story: The Woman in the Woods

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a Five Card Flickr story by Maria Levin created Oct 24 2018, 02:18:19 pm. Create a new one!

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She woke up in the woods. She was extremely hungover from last night, She groans in pain. There was a large piece of a wine glass stuck in her hip. She takes out the piece of glass. She then shrieks in agony, next she sees a spider. The spider is dark colored, the spider crawls onto the woman. She appears too scared to move. The spider bites, now is my chance. I take the woman captive, she is unconscious. Surely, now she will be my friend. I saved her after all. She wakes up again in the middle of the drive to my house. I had bandaged her hip and put her in new clothing. She awakes in panic, She yells me to stop the car. I tell her she can't leave because she's my best friend. "We are on the highway anyway silly, we can't just stop" I quickly add. She doesn't say anything for a bit, I look through the rear view mirror and I see she's struggling to pick at the child lock. She then uses her elbow to smash my side car window. I scream at her to stop. It's too late. She jumped out. I pull over as soon as I can. It's too late. She has run to the nearest police station. Next think I know, i'm in a mental facility. It's dark in here. I wake up the next day and plan my escape. 1. USE ONE OF THE BIG CAFETERIA SPOONS TO MAKE A HOLE IN ROOM.
Now I am ready. I already dug a hole big enough to fit me snugly. It took about a week but it was well worth it. I waited until after lights out and pushed all the furniture against the heavy asylum door. I pushed through the hole. It was extremely tight but I eventually made it through. I escape to the nearest pier. I hijack a ship and sail away. This is a new beginning.

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