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'Man is born free; and everywhere he is in chains.' - Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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The Clockmaker's

September 1, 2020

The shop bell rung as a man, a tall and misunderstood character, entered the Clockmaker's in a hurried manner.

Ernest Albertson heard the tinkling sound of a bell above him as he crouched down to enter through the door to the Clockmaker's.

Ernest had a simple mission; find a clock befitting his brother's new estate (preferably one not too expensive), purchase said clock, and then leave as quickly as possible (in order to make it in time for the party)

He had one thought as he entered the shop: don't be late to Michael's.



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  • waxingcrescents

    Short but captivating. I love your writing style; it's elegant yet straightforward at the same time, and so nice to read!

    5 months ago