Spinning Out of Control by Juliet Boyd

posted 18 Apr 2016, 12:33 by Juliet Boyd   [ updated 20 Apr 2016, 10:38 ]
The web encased the entire house. A cocoon of strands criss-crossing in too many places for there to be a safe way out. It had been like that for days.

They weren’t going to survive, she was sure of it.

He waved his arms in the air as he spoke. “It’s not my fault.”

“Oh, and I suppose that means it’s mine?”

“If the cap fits.”

It was always the same, an impasse made up of tit-for-tat blame.

He had initiated the affair, because she no longer took any notice of him. She no longer took notice, because he wasn’t the man she’d married. He wasn’t the man she’d married, because she’d told him he needed to get his own interests.

She couldn’t breathe. The web was wrapping tighter around them with every word they spoke.


Inspiration from this post by @noyomoco on Instagram.