a mess || brian quinn

a mess || brian quinn

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>8/13/17< By totally-bogus Updated 10 hours ago

Messes can be created in an instant. You could knock something over or spill a glass, causing a puddle of liquid to seep into the carpet. Perhaps you slice your finger open while chopping up vegetables; for blood stains most things. On the other hand, messes can build up for awhile before they can actually fit the definition. Like the ones that I create or cause. They tend to happen over a longer period of time due to the fact that I have a terrible tendency to let things pile up to a dangerous point before I realize how bad the mess really is. And then, at that point, I don't even know where or how to start cleaning. The mess becomes overwhelming to a point where I can't even pick anything up before telling myself that it's useless; that I'll never be able to get it completely clean. And that's when I let it consume me. The mess eats at my skin until it manifests itself inside of me. Then, it takes over my body, and it doesn't let go until I cave in and accept that I am the mess.


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Started: 7/24/16
Ended: n/a

IT YOU WANTED TO WHY DIDN'T YOU LET THEM😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
2small93 2small93 4 days ago
 #Rebelbc
                              Am about to pull my hair out, aaah, why doesn't she want them to call the police?! And she want to go back to her apartment? Someone knock some sense into her
I want to shout: "THANK YOU FOR YOUR RIGHT MIND"
                               
                              But also: "STRANGER DANGER"
lise_05 lise_05 2 days ago
 #Rebelbc
                              Loved the end. Especially the part from"except the occasional quivers..." it shows that Casey is still pretty shaken up after the event that occurred tonight.
AmyMarieZ AmyMarieZ 2 days ago
 #rebelbc It's an interesting plot element that she doesn't want them to call the police, makes me wonder more what is going on here... And also shows some characterization, nice!
sanmariano sanmariano 2 days ago
 #Rebelbc Great opener. Throws the reader right into action and suspense!