Live Die Repeat

Time for another entry in Friday Fictioneers challenge, courtesy of Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. If you want to give it a try, check the info on her blog. 100 words more or less, inspired by a photo, here we go….


 Copyright –  CEAyr

Westmoreland 1352

Although it might be unjust, your husband beating you is nevertheless a natural order of things. However,by killing your husband, you committed a treasonous act. For this crime your punishment will be death by drowning.

Nantes 1794

Who is laughing now, you filthy royalist sympathizer? This is the dawn of the Revolution and your time is up. Throw this aristocrat whore off the boat and let her drown.

Mosul 2015

You are guilty of criminal act of adultery and tempting another man who is not your husband to lay with you. Put her in a cage and drown her.

Somewhere 2376


39 thoughts on “Live Die Repeat

  1. Greetings!
    Great use of the prompt, but of terrible tragedies and a sad reminder of how little changes over the years. I wonder if tightening a few of the sentences and adding some white space between lines would amp up the tension of each timeline?
    I’m curious. Where does your imagination take her in 2376? Does she finally turn the tables?
    Love the title! 🙂 TMWR

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  2. It just goes to show us that some people’s bodies are in the 21st Century but their minds are somewhere in the dark ages. Both men and women suffer because those who judge believe differently and think anyone who believes differently should be punished. God help anyone who’s judged and punished by them. Their minds are warped. Good writing, Lore. —- Suzanne

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