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How should I start it With the man coming in or someone asking him a question about entering the house with the dollsI feel like it should start in the court room A plunge opening is always a good way to begin short pieces And it should start with questions about whether or not he was there because then the first flashback can be their arrival or the first instance when they were in the house if that makes sense That way it starts with both settings right off the bat I mentioned the gunshot footsteps as a foreshadowing I hope the readers will be able to tellThats perfect Im just gonna copy and paste the first flashback haha I also took out the from each other cause it wasnt necessary Im assuming we edit each others as we go Next section should switch the focus to what they were doing in the house Like did you steal anything type things then we can have flashback that shows them having fun The footsteps of the Prosecutor echoed loudly throughout the crowded court room each slap of his dark soles like a gunshot across the Mans ears The Prosecutor looked the Man directly in the eye his hands grasping the railing separating the two men Did you enter the house illegally A whisper of memory blew before the Mans eyesHe and she together on a rampage through a house not theirs Love and lover exploring a hidden world that of her childhood marked by the giggles that echo across the marble floors He shivered for the courtroom was full of nothing but angry souls trying to seek his guilt in the depths of his eyesI I didEach room they visit creates a piece of the puzzle until his heart is so full of affection for the dancing girl that he falls the soles of his shoes cadences in the song she swirls to She comes to
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