Miseries handmaiden



miserys handmaiden was even more miserable than she. The handmaiden was tired of stocking people every eve. Misery was nothing but a feign like a junkie on a vein looking for her next fix. Never caring who misery left scared and broken some even committing suicide. Her handmaiden was one of those who felt she had to go. She thought she could escape. But misery was there waiting for her to make her final mistake. Now she's chained to misery for all eternity. But after all these centuries she's fed up. Giving in to this thing blood lust? stalking behind misery hearing the chains scrape across the concrete she attacks slapping those chains around her vile neck. Choking her with everything she had. Then you hear a loud snap she completely severs Misareis head. Forgetting her own strength since becoming an immortal. a demon pops up before her. Misery is gone the demon says. Yes I took her head. I can't believe she's really dead. Frowning  I don't remember my name but I think I like the sound of woe blue swirls cover her from head to toe.
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Submitted by Dutchess_of_Darkness on September 10, 2021

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