The Adventures of Inchy B {Part 16}

(See the other parts of Inchy B here)

Flashback from the end of Part 15:

But she had only wondered if chickens had clear eyelids before she heard footsteps again. The human came around a corner and walked away, still carrying Albert

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Inchy B’s wings beat the air furiously as she tried to keep up with the human’s lengthy strides. The human was quickly disappearing around the curve, for even a winged worm was not fast enough when up against the long legs of any human.

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As the human turned into a doorway, Inchy B realized that if she didn’t get moving she might never see Alfred again. Of course, she was already moving quite fast, but not as fast as she could go. She had yet to use the Burst of Speed Reserved only for Emergencies. But she used it then, and she shot forward in a blur.

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Unfortunately for Inchy B, the Burst of Speed Reserved only for Emergencies was titled so because it was very dangerous to use and made it much harder to move around. Inchy B turned a bit too short and grazed up against the doorframe. She felt a sharp pain on her left side and started crazily spiraling down towards the ground. With a gasp, Inchy B realized she had lost her left wing.

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She fell to the ground with a crack, as her right wing snapped off.

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The sun went behind the clouds and the birds stopped singing as the broken and weary worm heaved a sigh and closed her eyes.


HAHA! I love being over-dramatic with my photostory. (Thankfully the sun didn’t REALLY go behind the clouds, or I would have been very frustrated -the lighting was bad enough with the sun there.)

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I had to Photoshop Inchy B into the first picture because the quality was really bad. 😛

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