Benevolence- final chapter

Angus ran home, but realized he couldn’t stay. Gathering a few belongings he ensured the coast was clear before heading off. It appeared to be safe, but he couldn’t be sure. Angus slipped off into the deep city.

There is a difference between loneliness and being alone. It seemed that now he was cursed with both.

End.

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