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Detective Brown's Symbol Surrender


By James GreenPublished 2 months ago 1 min read

Detective Brown's phone did ring,

The case of the cult, it did bring,

A larger agency on the line,

To take over, for her it was fine.

She humbly listened to their plea,

The case too large, for one like she,

With details of criminal acts,

The larger agency, she trusts.

So she handed over all her leads,

And the cult's dark, nefarious deeds,

With a sense of pride and satisfaction,

The case in good hands, a just conclusion.

But as she hung up the phone,

She couldn't help but feel alone,

For the case had consumed her mind,

And now, it was left behind.


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James Green


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