“We will live happily ever after Rani; this society shan’t disturb us anymore,” Raju said, wiping his knife clean. Rani lay in his arms, with a smile fixed in her face. Her eyes looked at a distance unblinked.

It was only here in the abandoned-tower they could meet, with both sides of their families sworn enemies.

Raju stroked her softly, rubbing his skin against her fleshy self, flesh that had gone cold.

It was time, Raju thought; he felt a pierce in his body as he pushed the knife slowly inside, same knife that he had pierced into her moments ago.

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  1. ooh how truly evil. I always wish the people who did this could just kill themselves instead.

  2. Anonymous23:00

    I'm trying to tell if this is a suicide pact or if he's just a killer. The smile on her face seems to indicate the former.

  3. Anonymous03:56

    Oooh! Like others, I haven't quite decided if she was in on it, although my initial reaction is it was a pact, the paragraph about rubbing his skin against her fleshy self sounds a bit perverted, so I wasn't sure. Either way, grizzly and with an inexorable flow towards the end.

  4. Oh wow. Talk about loving a little too much.

  5. I would like to think tat this was a Romeo and Juliet moment. The alternative scares me!

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  6. thanks a lot everyone :-)


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