Family

There is nothing more treacherous than family, I thought. All my life my brother had been my protector and patron. And now he was my enemy, too. I would have to remember that.

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This post is part of the Jade Dragon series. It follows  Poisons, and was written in response to the Trifecta Writing Challenge Trifextra weekend prompt:

Describe something that is three different things at the same time.  Oh, and do it in 33 words.

17 responses to “Family

  1. This is an excellent take on the challenge. Well done!

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  2. This is so different from what I was expecting and this difference made it more exciting.

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  3. Ooo. It pairs well with that last post. And it’s very ominous.

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  4. I can understand this, even though I am an only child. Very nice writing.

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  5. Love this – Protector, patron, enemy, too. All three at once? I want to read more.

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  6. Who can be a ‘worse’ enemy than a sibling who knows one so well? And who can be a better friend too, for that matter?

    This is a great response from you as always. 🙂

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  7. Oh boy… you just described so well exactly how I feel about my brother. You used the perfect words.

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  9. Wow – you told a very full story here. Excellent!

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  10. So much emotion in 33 words. Treacherous relationships most definitely include family ones!

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  11. Very well done. Family can hurt you more than anyone else.

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  12. oh dear – treachery in the family. 😦

    well written

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  13. I can totally understand this (I have an annoying brother -.-) Very well written 😀 Well done! 😀

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  14. I’m intrigued by the entry of the word “patron” into this story. What was her occupation before this?

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