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The untold story of Athierra Meanlee

Modern Satire

By Matthew PrimousPublished about a month ago 3 min read
The untold story of Athierra Meanlee
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She was awful since a child. She would come up with games to taunt and irritate the other students. She was infatuated with being mean. She look like a normal child but she was not. She would threaten her teachers over a menus. She would put snot on other students. She would fight with the best of them. Athierra Meanlee was no joke and she was not gonna change her ways. No one knew she could be so ugly. No one knew she would offend so many people. But she kept right on as long as the power was behind it. She would plot and plot day in and day out as if no one knew. She looked normal to the naive but she was filled with mischief. And one day somebody did the unthinkable introduced her to witchcraft. And she thought about it for a moment but begin casting spells. And she got so good at it that she amass a fortune and had many friends and accomplishment great things. She was praised for being herself. And she was ready to take the world on as she secretly cast spells. And one day she was rushing along Ambirth City. And she got into an unthinkable accident and she was unconscious but living in a coma. And the doctors told her parents who were thrilled that she stop hurting people. Yet they also longed for her to be alive as they so hoped. And they spent many days wondering about Athierra. Athierra was in a coma. And she dreamed of a place that was dark and scary, she heard screaming and torturing. She heard moaning and groaning. It was far but it was slowly creeping near. And she was afraid and she tried to go back but she did not see anywhere. And she saw someone that look like her grandmother. And she knew everything about her. She knew her age, her birthdate and her favorite things. So she thought she was an angel. And she went calmly toward the gates thinking it was just a dream. And she saw the agony and she smiled as if she was just dreaming. She saw the pits and the wailing and weeping and the fire. And this happen for sometime but Athierra was just normal. She was a little frighten but she kept on going. And she saw familiar people but it did not bother her. And the grandmother brought her into a special place and asked her what did she think. Athierra thought she was just being tricked and she laughed and said Great place no great place. You fooled me. No this is ridiculous. I got a great job where I am and it's just like this place. She kept joking. And the grandmother got uglier and uglier. And she said that she was the devil and it was hell. And Athierra screamed as she reached for her. And she woke up out of the coma, and she screamed and her parents came for her. Athierra Meanlee said that she was sorry for being an awful child and that she would do anything to be good. And she asked her name and she was disgusted and said I want a new name Aitherra something else. And Athierra Meanlee was never the same again and she left her job and started a life somewhere else after repaying her crimes since she was a child. And the City of Ambirth was never the same, the dark cloud over the city had passed. And people were happy again and playing. And the untold story of Athierra Meanlee was made public. And it was a story for redemption and community salvation and nobody ever heard from her again. The City of Ambirth was yet beautiful again and a good place for everyone to live.,

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Matthew Primous

I am a Black Scholar, International Scholar, & Google Scholar, & 3-Time Eber & Wein Best Poet., Nominee for Poet of the Year, 2020 Black Author Matters Winner, 2 time Akademia Excellence Essayists,& 2022 Honorary Muckrack Journalist.

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  • Sweileh 888about a month ago

    Interesting and delicious content, keep posting more now

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