CW: The psychologist.

In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that is a sketch or about a sketch.”
– a prompt for this week’s CW piece.
[Source: The Carrot Ranch]

 

Another patient.

“I’m Sergeant Phillips. This is Ivy.” – he announced walking in, and led the blind girl to the sofa.

Ivy was a witness to a homicide, when she was 5 years old. She hid, while her family got brutally murdered.

“Do you want her to sketch the assailant?”

I looked at him wondering how a blind girl could describe, much less draw a suspect.

As she drew, the sketch became apparent.

I slowly looked up at the sergeant, but his gaze was already fixed on me.

“She lost her sight in an accident a couple of years ago.”

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P.S. As always, you are more than welcome to use this prompt to inspire your post. If you decide to write something, be sure to pingback to this post, so that I can get an alert and check out your post. (A post on how to do pingbacks can be found here.) If pingbacks are not your thing, feel free to simply leave a link to your piece in the comment section below. The more, the merrier!

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            1. Motivated for sure, but just time is not on my side. I still reply to comments in a timely fashion, but I don’t always post when I want to, and I check out less of other people’s works, which is saddening to me. I thought things would fall into place by now, but I still can’t seem to find the “slot” for blogging.

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