Picture it & Write 1/19/13

Posted: January 20, 2013 in aging, body image, Fiction, Flash Fiction, short stories, Uncategorized, Women, writing
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Picture it & Write is a weekly creative writing exercise.  Submit your own 250 word story based on the offered photo or read the entries Here.

Picture it & Write

Picture it & Write

Waking with a start, she clawed at the film, realizing her entire body was molded to a hard metal surface. Her screams reverberated in her ears as she struggled. This was wrong! Wrong, wrong, wrong!

“Hello?” she called, “let me out!”

The film didn’t impede her breathing, but that didn’t make it any more enjoyable.

“This is wrong! She’s supposed to be here, not me!” She screamed.

Doctor Abraham promised her a perfect clone, a source of blood, tissue and organs if she ever needed them, but something had gone horribly wrong. Tears stung her eyes as she clawed at the film, a scream ripped from her throat when someone turned out the lights.

In the real world, the people in her life were heard commenting on the change, saying it was like she was a whole new person. Once cold and cruel, she was now warm and caring with a bright life ahead.

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Comments
  1. Ermilia says:

    Oh that is disturbing. Were you the Jodi Picoult reader? This reminds me of one of her novels, but I can’t remember the title off the top of my head.

  2. Anne Schilde says:

    Haha, I know a couple of people I wouldn’t mind cloning like this!

  3. Ha! Being cold and nasty doesn’t pay. Good one.

  4. joetwo says:

    Seems almort justified!

  5. kz says:

    that is beautiful and disturbing. and a very original ending. i love your story.

  6. What a wonderfully different slant on the cloning concept; I love it…!
    I’ll remember this if ever cloning becomes a ‘personal possibility’….
    Ooooh, that though has created ‘shivers’…. haha 😉

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