I Am Afraid
Author: Don Fraser
The night is dark as I walk down this deserted street, I hear footsteps behind me. Damn that car! Why did it have to break down on such a gloomy night? The fog is rolling in now. Soon I won’t be able to see if there is anyone creeping up on me. Maybe if I walk a little faster it will help. I can hear the footsteps getting closer now. I had better get to the middle of the street and start running. A car comes, blinding me with it’s headlights, but it stops, it is a policeman. I tell him that someone is following me, I tell him of my car breaking down, and why a woman is out walking this dark foggy street. He turns his spotlight down the street to see if he can see the culprit,
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