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Dead File Romeo and JulietDead File Romeo and JulietBy R.A. Ludlow1To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure.-J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneElizabeth looked about at the stone teeth protruding from the ground. All besides the path was overgrown with dark grass. The walls about it were just as that colour, as was the neglected church at the path's reach. The wind was cold, but the afternoon was still quite bright. The clouds peered suspiciously upon the deformed mouth and its victim within, and Elizabeth smiled.She finally settled herself against a secluded gravestone and began scribbling words on paper. She described in a stanza what she saw. This was a world with no exits, just life sprouting from the monuments of death. The colours of blue, green, and brown brick were exhilarating to her.And then, as if it had just occurred to her that she was alive, she heard a strangle whistli
ZombieboyZombie BoyThe rattling was irritating. A foot stepped to a door, and a hand, quite related to the foot, forced that very same door back. The body of these appendages stayed well grounded. The driver of this train didn't notice the lad in the doorway for a few moments, but he felt a presence. And then he heard this: "You're fifteen minutes late." To his astonishment a boy stood behind him in quite a temper. "Hullo?" he said, intersecting a spiteful grumble he'd recite to himself in his solitude. "Can I help you?""You're fifteen minutes late," stated the boy.The following mumbles from the driver were quite of a different sort, as just seconds later the boy snapped his neck. The stranger stood for a moment looking into the dead face. The wrinkles grew pale, the scent of the living starting to diminish. He relieved a sigh, and then opened a window to his right. It was sti