Short Story: Hidden Heart

Genre: humour

 

“Captain hates me.”

“No he doesn’t.”

“He told me to quit the team.”

“We’ve all heard that before. Twice, at least.”

“He tried to kill me during training.”

“He just wants to make sure we’re strong enough to stay alive outside the wall.”

“You! What are you still doing here? Training’s over. Get out.”

“He just kicked me out!”

“You know how emotionally constipated he is. Hidden under that gruff exterior is a tender heart that cares for you.”

The captain approached them, grabbed them by their arms and threw them out of the room.

“He just threw me out. Literally.”

“… The heart is hidden really, really, deep down.”

~End~

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Posted on July 29, 2017, in Defenders of the Wall, Short Stories and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I found that really fun! A tale well told indeed!!

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