Five Card Story: 1529

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a Five Card Flickr story by Lacap,Ladiona,Lagoting,Libo-on A., Libo-on E. created May 12 2023, 12:09:41 pm. Create a new one!

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I was driving around town, enjoying the nice breeze. I haven't done this in a long time because I was constantly busy at work and couldn't sleep well at night because of all the pending reports that I needed to pass early in the morning. I sometimes wish I could be a kid again, I want to feel it again. The sensation of not being stressed, of being liberated, and of being alive. I'm hardly breathing right now, and I'm exhausted from working so hard to meet my own and my family's needs. The view from my car window is lovely, until I notice this cementery close down the road. I pulled over because I was intrigued by what appeared to be an old cementery. I am the type of person that enjoys exploring historical sites. I wandered around the cementery until I noticed a familiar name on one of the tombstones. I was shocked and terrified because the name printed on it was the name of a man I know. I dashed back to the car and drove away, but everything went black. When I opened my eyes, I saw a man in an alley wearing a shirt with a high rising collar that ended in a frill at the neck and cuff. Then I realized that the name on the tombstone, the bloody man in front of me, and I are all the same person. It was me, the man who passed away in 1529.

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