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50 Writer's Theme Challenge - Introduction50 Writer's Theme Challenge - IntroductionProsecutor's OfficeI looked up from my cup of luke-warm coffee to see two people, friends, enter in the office. They hauled in stacks of files and other items that need to be left out or moved back to my new apartment. The blonde girl dumps it on the table with an annoyed expression on her face."So, Prosecutor Charon we brought you your stuff now." She said with a harsh undertone, "I expect that we're going to clean the office as well?" Her left eyebrow raises, her green eyes staring into my eye."N-No.. I'll do the job from now, Miss Grace." I gave a whisper, standing from my desk and placing the now-cold coffee onto the saucer. Grace seemed releaved and exused herself from the office, mumbling something about being late for her job. As much I wish to be harsher, they are my friends and had helped me though my cases. I should treat them as they would like to be treated, but sometimes, I can't hel
:|FIC|: Deep Sleep"Wake up.. you have to wake up..." a voice whispered in her ear, tickling her almost. She woke up with a start, her eyes jolting from side to side, scanning her bedroom, noticing the pink glow of a familiar necklace. She shivered in fright.The terrors started happening again. Taking her necklace, and still in her pajamas, she stood from her bed, slowly swaying from side to side as if she was drunk or worse. She shook herself up and went for her bedroom door only to see it was locked. She tried fruitlessly only to hear for what seemed like the hundredth time the jiggle of a locked door. Lying down, locked and hopelessly shaken up, she thought to go back to sleep, thinking it was only a dream and she'll wake up soon. She walked back to the bed only to brush against her bedside table and hearing a "klink" of metal against glass. She seemed to awaken and she looked in her green glass vase to find a silver key.A key for her desk.Yes she had a key for her desk. 'Privacy.' She told