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There is blood on her hands slick and warm and as it begins to dry it becomes sticky and congealed Its everywhere coating her hands from the tips of her fingers down to her wrists She dips them under the running water of her bathroom sink and begins to scrub with enough force to tear away the top layer of skin When she looks down she notices that the nails of her right hand which are usually so trim and well-kept are beginning to crack She scrapes under the jagged edges of her nails trying to rid them of the crusted blood and dirt that had begun to collect there She removes the golden band from her left ring finger and runs the water over the pale strip of skin that it left behind She stares down at her hands scrubbed clean and blood free but stained forevermoreClawing tearing through his flesh her nails mareverything they come into contact with Blood wells to the surface and when it becomes too heavy it trails a path of scarlet down the mans skin Rivers of blood flow downward pulled by gravity until they splash onto the wooden floor below A knife now cuts and tears into his skin and the blood begins to flow faster begins to pool around his feet And when he can no longer stand he falls to his knees the weight of his own body pulling him down And then thefinal blow is delivered and he kneels no moreDigging now Digging a hole deeper than she is tall foot by foot she pushes on And with each shovel-full of dirt that she digs up a memory comes with it Their wedding the birth of their one and only child all those frivolous evenings spent together when they were younger and finally the day that she found out Pulling and dragging the body of a man deep into the hole that was made for
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