"To the charge of murder, how do you plead?"
He was innocent. But
they would never let him go: Someone had to be punished.
He raised his gun and made it so.
This post was written in response to this week's Trifecta Writing Challenge: This weekend's challenge is to give us a story or snippet of a story which includes, in exactly 33 words, a justified exclamation point. Make us believe that your exclamation point simply needs to be in your story. The writer with the most believable exclamation wins.
Labels: fiction Trifecta Writing Challenge