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It shone through the window, then curtain, then onto the rug. The sparkling light moved towards Phil. His unsuspecting eyes moved faster than fast would naturally allow. He aimed his mittens at the beam that approached, cautiously, though with rage. Phil dodged the red rays with a cool burst of speed.
And forced into a corner.
Phil dug into the rug where the red laser beam rested, tearing apart six-hundred dollars worth of shag. Shards of fabric flung all about.
Bertram Allan Mullin
BAM graduated with a degree in English. His works are located in Writer’s Ezine, Bartleby Snopes Literary Journal, Short-story.me, This Very Breath Journal, and then some. Recently, he was a finalist in the WLT Manuscript Competition.