The Vampire Attacks

Timothy shivered, and not only because of the chilly March winds. In the pre-dawn light, he could just make out the dark form of the vampire entering the alley. It had pursued him all night, and now Timothy was cornered, with no way out—

And then the sun peeked over the horizon and the vampire shattered into a million shards of shadow and blew away on the wind.

Timothy wiped the sweat from his brow. Too close, and this was happening too often lately. But at least he had survived. Yes, it was yet another case of daylight saving Tim.

2 Responses to “The Vampire Attacks”

  1. brainwane

    Is there a specific Semantic Web way I can append my GROAN to this comment? πŸ™‚ Nicely done.

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    • Jed

      πŸ™‚ Thanks!

      (Also thanks for posting a comment and thereby letting me know that the comment form isn’t broken—I’ve been meaning to test it to make sure it’s still working, but now I don’t have to.)

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