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I lie huddled in the corner of my dungeon cell. It is dark, it is cold; the air is moist and stinks. Pale light pours though a small barred window. I am alone. The straw on the floor stabs into my naked feet. The dirty sackcloth robe scratches at my bloody, abused and bruised skin. Everything hurts and throbs with numb pain. I know I will die soon.

I have confessed under the torture. I knew that it would seal my fate, but I could not stand the pain any more. I shiver and tremble as the memories of the unspeakable things they had done to me come back: Their cold hands and fingers touching my body everywhere in search for the mark. As they did not find anything to prove my guilt, they had started to hurt me for a confession. They stab needles in my birthmarks, beat me with sticks and the whip. What followed was the torment on the rack, tearing and stretching my fragile body until I passed out from the pain. The chair with its sharp metal spikes, the screws that crushed my fingers and toes, the glowing hot iron.

I screamed in agony, shrieked in pain. I would have done anything to end it. I confessed to crimes I had never committed; I used dark magic on the miller's wife to make her ill. I had fornicated with the Devil in the darkness of the night, and more ... I repeated my false confession in front of the priest and judge. My shivering hand was barely able to hold the goose quill. I put a sign under a sheet of paper full of words I could not read. I only wanted the pain to end, that they stop hurting me. It was my death warrant. When it was done, I was brought back to the dungeon and left alone, until ... I don't want to think of it.

But the thoughts are there. I know what will happen to me. There is only one punishment for witches - death by fire. I remember the witch burnings I have witnessed. As a good citizen I was always there, to see justice done, screamed at the woman as they were dragged to the stake, cheered as the fire was ignited, felt satisfaction when the flames consumed them. They should have no mercy, no compassion. They deserved to burn. They deserved to suffer. They deserved to die. They should burn in hell for eternity. For all the ill and wrong they had done to us. They were witches!

I was not alone watching these executions. There were many other people, they all felt the same as I did. Now I wonder if the witches had gone through the same ordeal as I have ... I am the witch now. It is me who will be burnt to death. I am afraid. I am terrified. It is a slow and horrible death, to die by fire ...

I remember the pain when hot iron touched me. I was tied to a table, unable to move. It was glowing red. The sizzling sound, smell of the burning flesh, my body jerking, not able to move away from the pain rushing though my body, the shrieks that were so inhuman that I wonder if they really came from me. It burned only a small part of my body ... My finger trace the burned skin where the burning iron has touched me.

It is a "W" ... I wonder what it means ... Witch. Whore. Woman ... it is not huge, not larger than my fist. Still it was enough to make me do everything in order not to feel it again. I confessed crimes I had not done, admited to sins I had not committed ... and condemned myself to death ... I cringe when I imagine the same feeling all over my body when I will be burnt alive.

I don't want to burn. I don't want to die. I have done nothing wrong. I am innocent. I lower my head to my knees. Tears stream down my face, I cry and sob. Nobody comes to comfort me. Time passes and I drift into a dreamless sleep.


I wake up as I hear the bar from the heavy wooden door being removed, the hinges squeal as it opens slowly. I crouch into the corner, back away from the guards when they enter my cell. They urge me to come with them; I know where they will bring me and what is going to happen there. No, I can't go with them. My fingers clamp at the stones on the floor of my prison, try to grab hold, so hard until they start to bleed. I know what will happen when I leave the cell. I scream that I don't want to burn. I can't leave the cell.

They grab my hair and tear it violently upwards, I scream at the sudden in pain, plea to leave me alone, but they have no sympathy for me. They put my wrists into heavy manacles. I struggle, but they are too strong and drag me out of the gaol. I am so fragile and weak that I can barely stand. Slowly I move through the dark corridor to the light. I blink as if seeing the sun for the first time. Even with the sun it is cold, my breath spawns a small cloud each time I exhale. I shiver, from chill and fear. The crowd is already waiting, a roar goes though them as they see me. I am half pushed, half dragged to the marketplace. Their shouts are an inaudible clamor first, but after some time I begin to catch single words.

"Witch!" "Kill her!" "Burn the Witch!" "To the stake with her!" "Thou shall not suffer a witch to live!" "Give her to the flames!" "Burn her! Burn her!" "Make her pay for what she has done to us!" "She must burn!"

They all have come to see justice done, to see me die. I know some of them, I see a few people I called friends not long ago. Even my family is there. I scream for my parents, my brother, my sisters. But they do not know me anymore; they see only the monster the priest says I am. Their eyes show only hatred and contempt for me. I am not their daughter and sister, just a monster they want to see put to death.

I limp, slowly my naked feet shuffle over the paved ground. As I get near the marketplace the mob grows bolder. Devil's Whore, Satan's Harlot, Demon Slut they call me. Not long after, they throw the garbage, stones and sticks at me. Some miss me, some hit me. I stumble to the ground as a sharp stone hits my head. I feel blood running down the side of my face. The guards interfere, yell at the crowd, shield me from the stones ... It is not form compassion; the witch should die in the flames at the stake, not on the way to it. When the crowd stops, they haul me up again, and I continue to stagger to the place of my execution.

A tall wooden stake has been erected in the middle of the marketplace. Dry straw and wooden faggots had been piled around it. The pyre is not high, a little more than half my size. To ease the climbing they have attached a ladder at one side. This is the place where I will perish. My mouth is dry and I feel a knot in my stomach. No, this is wrong. I stumble back, away from the stake, but the guards drag and push me forward with force. I struggle, try to resist, but only delay the inevitable a little. One of them climbs the ladder and drag at the chain around my arms, while the other pushes me upwards from behind.

My bare feet step on the ladder, one rung after the other ... after four I am on top. Roughly they pull me on the pyre, the dry wood cracks and bows a bit under the combined weight of me and the guards. The branches stab into my naked sole; they push me back hard to the thick stake and loosen the manacles around my wrists. Instinctively I want to pull them in front of me, rub the sore skin to ease the pain, but before I can move my hands, they grab my arms and pull them behind the stake. I struggle to break free, but I am too weak. They use a thin rope to tie them behind the stake; it digs painfully into my wrists. I moan in anguish.

One guard is pulling a long black iron chain around my legs, waist and chest, so tight it hurts and I can barely breathe, I groan in misery. Another guard steps in front of me, blocks my vision, his gaze is hard. I can't stand his look, and lower my eyes. Out of his bag he pulls a finger thin rope, and puts it around my neck. I whisper to him, beg him to strangle me, to spare me the fire. He put the rope around my neck, I close my eyes, feel the rough cordage drawing tight ... for a second I believe he will give me that mercy, but he only fastens the rope tightly, not enough to choke me. I look at him in despair, but he does not look back and jumps from the pyre.

I am tied to the stake, alone, helpless. I squirm in the iron restraints, but the chain is so tight, and the stake is set deep into the ground. I can't escape. I can only make fists out of my fingers and open them again; it eases the pain from the bindings around my wrists a little. My eyes scan over the crowd, they all stare back, full of anticipation, full of hate. I can see the executioner; he is wearing a leather cap to hide his face, his dark eyes glitter below. He puts a torch into a brazier, dark smoke rises from it as the tar catches.

The judge steps in front of the crowd, the priest next to him. They announce my crimes, my sins, my confession and that there is only one punishment for witchcraft. They don't tell what they did to me in the dungeon, how they hurt me, how they forced me to confess crimes I did not commit. On a command the executioner takes the blazing torch, the crowd suddenly goes silent.


My eyes focus only on the torch, coming more near with every passing moment. The fire flickers around the pitch, black smoke rises around the flame. No, please, not. I sob, tears streaming down my face. I shout that I am innocent, that I am no witch, that I have done nothing wrong. They can't do this, it is wrong, it is cruel. I beg them to have mercy. But there is no mercy for me ... without the slightest hesitation the executioner thrust the torch to the straw, wait a few heartbeats for the flames to leap over, then circled the pyre and lit it at several other places.

I feel nausea, bile gathering in my mouth, the knot in my stomach tighten more, my heart is beating quickly, my breath coming in quick gasps. I am in panic, already feel the heat, hear the crackling of the fire, smell the burning wood. I look down, see the shy orange tongues licking carefully over the dry branches, creeping closer, growing, spawning sparks and smoke. I choke and cough, my pleas are interrupted as the smoke becomes too thick, it hurts when I breathe. When a breeze carries the smoke away, I realize what is happening to me and continue my hopeless struggle.

I squirm and writhe in a desperate but futile attempt to escape or bring at least some distance between the flames and myself, but the chains hold me in their iron embrace. I am panting, the flames leap all around me, not higher than my knees yet. It is so hot. The heat is unbearable, I sweat, the wetness runs down my face in thick drops, my hair sticks to my face, and the sackcloth is soaked at my neckline and armpits. It stitches as the sparks and glowing cinder set down in my uncovered skin at the legs and arms, where they touch the cloth it creates a dark spot, when touched more often it smolders. The fire has not touched me yet, but it hurts, the skin on my legs is turning red, forming blisters. I moan in agony, beg for a mercy that never comes.

My pleas change to a long and wordless scream, only shortly interrupted when I breathe the searing hot air into my lungs. The flames reach me, lick over my feet and ignite the hem of the sackcloth robe. I jerk to move away, but I can't, the chains force me to remain at the stake. The pain is beyond all bearing and grows more intense every second. I can't stay, I have to move away. Maniacally I haul myself with all remaining strength into the bindings, again and again, but the stake does not buckle, the chains do not lose their iron grip. I can't stop to shriek, my whole body twitches and trembles, as I suffer the fiery torment ... the pain is more horrible than everything I had ever endured before or could imagine ... I can't stand it anymore, please let it end. God, Satan, Anyone ... but there is no answer to my prayer ... I suffer a slow and agonizing death.

The pain drives me mad, but still I am aware of what is happening to me. The flames devour me, consume me with agonising slowness, inch by inch they tear the flesh from my bones. My shrieks and screams are endless as the flames bite deep into my legs like hot glowing knives, burn my waist, my hands and fingers, lick over my belly, and touch my chest. The torment seems to lasts an eternity. I look upwards into the sky; thick columns of heavy black smoke obscure the sun, sparks drift like thousands of fireflies. I can't breathe anymore, the flames engulf me completely.

My vision blurs, everything becomes a vague shadow. The flames that dance before me dissolve into an orange mist, slowly changing to grey and black, my screams fade into moaning and then end. The panicky beating of my heart becomes calm and then stops. The roaring of the fire becomes distant, then quiets down. I feel and sense nothing anymore. No heat, no pain, no fear. I drift into the silent darkness. Not long ago the thought of death filled me with terror, now it is salvation.
My first shortstory, so forgive me grammar and spelling ...

The Trigger to write this story down and also publish it here was one of my comments to a witch burning artwork in which Renavie ( [link] ) asked "I was always wondering what was witches last thoughts before before being burn. " and I wrote some things I had in my mind ... that became the base of this story.

I was inspired by a lot of images I've seen here at deviant art (If you look through my favorites you will notice hundereds of them ;)), most noticable these two [link] [link]



Update:

As some people complained about a bit flat and shallow main character (which of course also helps to think yourself in her situation) i've made a small OC Page with much more information about the setting and "The Witch / The Peasant Girl" [link] ... due some lucky circumstances some people (by now over a dozen) have also used this as inspiration for drawings.

I also plan sometime in the future to write a longer story based on this setting, and not just the final hours.

Feedback of all Kind is always welcome, if you find some serious grammar/spelling errors feel free to drop me a note, i will fix them then (maybe I've hunted all down by now after 20 Edits ;))

Edit 2:
As the story and the character has inspired a lot of Artworks here on DA. I have collected all Artworks about "The Witch" in a Journal Entry [link] ... there is also an other gallery with more cheerful images about her past as "The Peasant Girl" ...
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DreamingSentinel Featured By Owner Edited Jul 15, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Beautiful, and gripping. Well done! I loved the first person narrative Heart 
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Moreuse Featured By Owner May 21, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's quit the story. Good job depicting it
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randomkidsrul Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
wow this literally almost brought me to tears
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AlPucelle Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2015
It's very good. It's sad that people like this character died in such a cruel way. There is a lot of emotion in this piece and one feels very sympathetic for the protagonist and the other women like her who died at the burning stake. The words flow very well, this is a well written piece.
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KeturahsHeart Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I have never read a successful text guiding the reader to envision death, and you did very well. I could feel the fire take over my own body, and then experience it end. Great job! :)
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014
Thank you ... hope it was not a too horrible experience reading the story :blush:
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happyribbed Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014
Wonderful story reflecting the truth of this gruesome execution method.
How must these girls have felt while being chained to the stake, where they have seen previous burnings? Exactly knowing that they will suffer a long painful death.
Somewhere I have read that a skillful executioner could make them last for two hours...
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KITTYKINKIN Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Deep and beautiful.:iconwitchplz:
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Roguescot Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014
The words cause a chill to seep deep into my bones. Though this is only a story the knowledge that this actually played out thousands of times as they hunted us makes it even more disturbing. Very compelling. 
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SonicMHedgehog Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Student General Artist
I've always hated what people did to Witches back then. I hate even more what it took to be classified as a Witch. A lot of these people were just really good healers that everyone thought were using Magic and just blamed them for all the problems they had. It makes me sick. If I wasn't bound by the Witch Law, I would teach those people a lesson. Nowadays, Witches hide from everyone just because of this. But there are a few that are brave enough to reveal their existence. Thank you for showing people how we felt back then about being burned. 
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DeniseCroy Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I like your accuracy. 
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jojo22 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Great work - too many suffered such unspeakable horrors against them.
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Thank you :hug:
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pica-ae Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Very intense. Love how it really makes you feel what she is going through :) 
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Thanks, that was one of my intentions, though when reading some comments I might have gone it bit too far with the gruesome description in the end ^^;
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TechLucid Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Student General Artist
Amazing. I read it in awe, and Liara dropped a cigarette on my sofa, which isn't the best thing but is "the only possible reaction at the moment" according to her :) Amazing.
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014
Waahhh, tell her smoking is bad for her (and your) health (and sofa) ^^;
And thanks for reading and commenting my story :hug:
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TheDragon-Empress Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazingly written, the description made me feel as though it were real. I'm surprised that this is your first time, you have real talent for this. I feel like crying. I am really disgusted by this story, that much of torture described with such detail... *shudder*. Please continue writing like this :-)
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DaBrandonSphere Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree with everyone who said this was well-written. I especially love the vivid description of the woman's suffering. It was fittingly gruesome.
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MiriaGreyhaven Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Brilliantly written!
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014
Thank you, for some reason this story somewhat got the most attention and reads over the last years :)
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MiriaGreyhaven Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, it is really well-written, and an unusual concept...
Maybe those are the reasons?
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TheIcyGlaceon Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Student Writer
Wow, I found this really tough to read at some points, because it was all so descriptive and too clear to imagine >_<
Nice job, this is amazing. It's surprising that this isn't even published yet.
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014
Yep, the ending is rather gruesome, have also written a little less intense version, but a happy end would have not fit ... 

As for the publishing - well, it has been published in the Internet :)
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charmgood0102 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
excellent work
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Skele-kytten Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow. I loved this. Amazing job!
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theheek Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
awsome totally pulls u in and is amazingly good keep going no matter what anyone says
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DoubleButtercream Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013
Beautiful! Oh my goodness, this was just stunning.
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Daggerbeak Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
Oh my god, this makes me feel so sad! :( to think this is what happened to so many women in the witch hunts. Reading this now I can know what it must have been like in those last moments...and thank God I live in this era. *shiver*
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abysmal-scribe Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Beautiful description of the torment that those turbulent times produced. I loved the irony from the fact that she was once part of the crowd and avid supporter of capital punishment. Perhaps, it was the curse of a prior witch wishing the members of the mob to feel her pain and this girl is just the unlucky one who fate picked, although she is just as guilty as the others in the town and in my opinion, kinda deserved to feel the pain and suffering to which she had condemned the girls who came before her.
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SilverSilentWhisper Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
this...I'm unfortunately very empathetic, and my empathy acted up to this. It doesn't help that I've been through a house fire, and my imagination just LOVES to make me writhe in fear. :( Very well written, and it makes me VERY glad I don't live in this time period.
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Knotfever Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
An amazing story. And all too true, unfortunately, according to the past. Had I been the girl, I would have put a curse on the crowd and the village, whether I was a witch or not. That way I would get a little satisfaction at knowing some would feel terror at my words. Ah, hell, who knows what I would have said? I'd probably acted just as she did. I'm just sorry to know that this talented writer has left dA due to real life issues. Bless her heart, and may God go with her. :pray:
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Deamondealer666 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
Wow, this had me terrified. Very good story and I certainly wouldn't want to be this poor girl.
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dracolychee Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Hey :)

That's totally well written for a first short story. The only thing that caught my eye were some historical details. Nothing really "wrong" as there were thousands of ways to deal with witches. If you're interested in thoughts before the trial and execution, I recommend "Highroad to the Stake" by Michael Kunze. It's more a history book than a novel, but a damned good one.

Just one issue: If the wind doesn't blow the fire aside, which requires a fairly strong wind, she'll most likely never think about sweat. The heat collects around the pole (the middle of the fire) and goes up, at least as hot as the flames. If she's lucky, she passes out within minutes. I'll not put down here what the people of the early modern age knew about stakes to avoid that ... I'm just glad that I don't live in those times.
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lionqueen106 Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I thought this story was amazing! it is very well written and the way you told it was spectacular! I think you should be an author.
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DoveThunder Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2012
Wow, this is very powerful. Your portrayed the poor girl's pain in such detail that it's almost hard to read. It's so horrible what people did to 'witches' back then. I don't have grammar corrections for you, but then again it is a fairly long piece, so I won't be critiquing it line by line. Though, after 20 revisions, I imagine you've caught all the typos. :) I thought this seemed historically accurate. I'm not an expert, but I've read lots about Joan of Arc, and she was convicted of witchcraft and burned at the stake. Unlike your girl here, she found some sort of peace before she died. This piece definitely aroused sympathy for girls burned wrongly at the stake, your imagery is merciless. Especially at the end, her panic and agony is tangible. This is a remarkable short story- I really don't have anything to point out that you should change. Wonderful job.
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2012
Thank you :tighthug:

Yep, it is a sad story and one of my longer ones, in the end and cruel parts maybe a bit too long ^^;

Joan of Arcs trial was a bit different though, as she was accused for Heresy ... but as History is written always by the winner, it is hard to tell truth from myth ...
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DoveThunder Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2012
You're welcome!

I thought it was a pretty good length. Most prison stories get dull, but this one didn't.

That's a very good point. :D
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Xeranad Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2012
The story and character reminds me of one of my own OC's, Gwendolyn, who is treated in very much the same way, but never gets to the stake, being saved by a knight who fell in love with her.

Of course, it's still a sad story, since she still dies anyway, violently.

Here's some images if you are interested:

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witch1978 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2012
Thank you ... yep, a lot of people in stories had somehow a rather similar fate, suppose themese like this wake in everyone a lot of emotions. And giving a bit hope, and then crush it makes it even more sad :-(

Will read the Gestalt Chronicles soon, but suppose it is not a happy story from the images ^^;
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Xeranad Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2012
I never did finish that story... you get a better idea of Gwen's fate from Ties of Blood... even though that story takes place in a super hero community...
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Raenibl Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2012
This is brilliant I love it! :D
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2012
Thank you :tighthug: anything specific you loved? :)
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Keali Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Sorry I didn't comment on this sooner.
Read this again after some thought. And I can't see how people can call this character flat or shallow.

In my personal opinion, we're given enough about her to continue the story. It's about a horrible experience that kills her in the end. This has incredible detail and language. You did an amazing job!

The ONLY typo I could find was that you wrote "woman" when you use "they" right after.
Sentence: As a good citizen I was always there, to see justice done, screamed at the woman as they were dragged to the stake, cheered as the fire was ignited, felt satisfaction when the flames consumed them.

Thank you so much for sharing this. It really put me on her place and it was horrifying! D:
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2012
Thank you :tighthug:
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Keali Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
(Sorry been in the hospital, sorry I'm answering so late!)
You're welcome.^ ^
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RueTris Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2012  Student Photographer
I absolutly love this. The emotions and feelings that she goes through are described incredibly well. You kept me in suspence the whole time. Great job! :D
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witch1978 Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2012
Thank you, I hope it was not too cruel and frightening in the end ... i wanted to focuse more on the fear and psychological horror than the pysical ... but maybe I have overdone it a bit ...
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RueTris Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2012  Student Photographer
No. I wouldn't change any of it. It's perfect as it is. :D
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Linuscat07 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2012
A superb piece of writing describing what must have been the thoughts of hundreds of thousands of human who were tortured and burned as witches in Europe. Two films, both works of art by the Danish director Carl Dreyer, convey this horror through film: "The Passion Of Joan Of Arc" and "Day Of Wrath."
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