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Flash Fiction: Mad

Confusion clouded her mind. She was mad, but not at him. He was the one thing she wanted and it scared the hell out of her. She was tired of trying to figure out what she wanted and he refused to tell her what he wanted. Maybe a bit of brutal honesty was in order. It was time to force his hand.

Why is she confused? Why does wanting him scare her? What is he hiding?

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