A is for Annihilation

At first, he wanted to make it quick, one slash and a burst of fountain, twenty minutes to the end.

But when he began working, he did it very slowly.

A trickle at a time.

Hours to the end.

With each passing second, the feeling of life grew stronger.

As it escaped from his wrists.

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