Alison stood before the sink, clenched her fists and pressed her nails into her palms. She scrunched her eyes tight until they watered. She tensed every sinew as if in hope that when she relaxed, the world would be different.
She needed a drink of water.
She hated herself. She hated John, she hated Stuart, she hated his disease and she hated that they both loved her and most of all she hated that she loved John.
Stepping back from the sink, she stood astounded at her thoughts and that for the first time, she’d admitted the truth to herself.
A tale of love and conscience written in 100 word chapters. If you wish to read prior episodes go to the category, “The Whole of the Moon”
2 thoughts on “Chapter 23 – The Impossibility of Denial”
I’m pleased you have come back to this. Can’t wait for the next chapter!
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Thanks, Clare. I feel I need to get it finished.