Story of a lost journalist

March 17, 2007

Evil !

Filed under: Fiction — Cris @ 17:17

I am something like a legal advisor. Today I am meeting Sally. I already know her story. Rich divorced woman trying to get her kid back. She could really support the kid. Now she could…

I am quite polite to all of them. I always keep a cheerful smile on my face. They all like me. I never say a harsh word. I sound concerned and caring. They’d come and tell me all their worries, everything. They trust me; they trust my ever smiling face. I listen to everything, every word with a passionate ear. I give them comfort. Relief. I know everything there is to know about these people.

I keep the cheerful smile and face all day. When I reach home I can bear it no longer. I wash my face and throw it away. I look at the mirror to see the real lines in my face. Of anger, hatred, distrust, jealousy…. of evil. After hearing each story, I lay plans. They never know how they go bankrupt, how they are broke all of a sudden. They would never dream I’d betray them. They wouldnt think me liable of cheating, lying, stealing. They would never imagine the kind
of maddening pleasure I get out of it. I am a saddist. I am… an imposter.

I wonder what happens when Sally loses her money. Will they let her have the child? I guess not.

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3 Comments »

  1. nice twist in the tale…but lazy crissie is too lazy to write long stories 😛

    Comment by justa jester — March 17, 2007 @ 18:10 | Reply

  2. i liked the first part, but not the twist 😦
    yeah, it may be a goodie story. But I am not in a mood to tolerate bear evil 😦

    and, good that cwiski is lazy. “Brevity is the soul of wit” 🙂

    Comment by jest a juster — March 31, 2007 @ 20:45 | Reply

  3. However they pretent.. A good look into that person’s eye will reveal, whether he is good or bad..

    Comment by Javed Miandad — January 3, 2012 @ 04:45 | Reply


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