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broken mirror

a story of jane

By hussnain abbasPublished 2 months ago 4 min read

The Broken Mirror

Jane had always been superstitious. So when she accidentally broke her favorite mirror, she was convinced that something bad was going to happen. She tried to shake off the feeling, but it lingered in the back of her mind.

That night, she woke up to a strange noise in her bedroom. She sat up in bed, rubbing the sleep from her eyes, and looked around the room. Everything seemed normal at first, but then she saw it.

The broken mirror lay on her dresser, its jagged edges reflecting the moonlight. But instead of seeing her own reflection, she saw something else. Something sinister.

Jane's heart raced as she realized that the broken mirror had released an evil presence into her room. She tried to move, but her body felt paralyzed. She was trapped, unable to escape.

As she watched in horror, the image in the mirror began to move. It grew larger, until it filled the entire room. Jane could see it clearly now - a twisted, monstrous version of herself, with razor-sharp teeth and glowing red eyes.

The creature reached out a hand, and Jane felt its cold, clammy touch on her skin. She tried to scream, but no sound came out.

In that moment, she knew that she was doomed. The broken mirror had unleashed a demon from another world, and there was no way to stop it.

From that night on, the broken mirror remained in Jane's room, a portal to the other side. And anyone who looked into it was doomed to face the same fate as Jane - trapped in a world of nightmares and terror.Jane struggled to break free from the grip of the monster's cold hand, but it only tightened its grip. The monster let out a sinister laugh, relishing in Jane's terror.

The room grew colder, and the air filled with an eerie mist. Jane could feel her life force being drained out of her as the monster drew her closer to the mirror.

Suddenly, there was a loud knock at the door. The monster's grip loosened, and Jane was able to break free. She stumbled towards the door, her heart racing with fear.

As she opened the door, she saw her neighbor, Mrs. Anderson, standing outside. "Jane, are you alright?" Mrs. Anderson asked, concern etched on her face.

Jane tried to speak, but her voice was hoarse. She gestured to the room behind her, where the monster still lurked. Mrs. Anderson's eyes widened in terror as she saw the creature.

Without a second thought, Mrs. Anderson reached into her bag and pulled out a small bottle. She uncorked it and flung the contents at the monster. It let out a bloodcurdling scream as the liquid burned its skin.

In that moment, the mist dissipated and the monster disappeared. Jane was left alone in her room, trembling with fear.

From that day on, Jane knew she had to find a way to destroy the broken mirror. She sought out the help of a local shaman, who was able to break the mirror's curse and banish the demon back to its own realm.

Jane never forgot the terror she had experienced that night, and she made sure to never underestimate the power of superstition again. She learned that sometimes, the things we fear the most are the things that are the most real

In the weeks that followed, Jane struggled to shake off the memory of the monster and the broken mirror. She found herself constantly looking over her shoulder and jumping at every sound.

One day, while walking through the park, she stumbled upon an old antique shop. Something drew her inside, and she found herself standing in front of a large antique mirror.

As she gazed into the mirror, she saw her own reflection staring back at her. But something was different. Her reflection seemed to be beckoning her closer, as if it had something important to tell her.

Jane approached the mirror cautiously, unsure of what to expect. As she drew closer, she saw something strange - a message etched into the glass.

"Be careful what you wish for," it read.

Jane felt a chill run down her spine. She knew that the message was meant for her. She had wished for the broken mirror to bring her good luck, but instead, it had brought her terror and despair.

From that day on, Jane vowed to be more careful with her wishes. She knew that the world was full of dark forces and unknown powers, and that it was up to her to protect herself from their influence.

As she left the antique shop, she felt a sense of relief wash over her. She had faced her fears and come out the other side, stronger and more resilient than ever before.

But she knew that the memory of the broken mirror and the monster would always stay with her, a reminde

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hussnain abbas

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