Glass-eyed and limping, she shuffled through the twenty-four-hour pharmacy’s automated doors. She wrote her request on a prescription pad. Too afraid to speak, she endured the condescending glare of the middle-aged male pharmacist.
Who’s the zombie here in these 33 words?
For this week’s Trifextra for Trifecta Writing Challenge:
|Credit: Zora Neale Hurston|
We want thirty three words that are somehow related to Hurston’s zombie sighting. How you structure your response is entirely up to you.
I’m using The Cranberries Zombie, even though it’s about violence in Ireland, because the Zombie in that song is about England, and their treatment of the Irish, similar to American government’s treatment of women, lately.
Here’s The Cranberries Zombie: