Malcolm snapped his eyes open, and they darted around the closet which passed for his room.
He hurled himself vertical, upended the nightstand and flopped on the floor. He probed under the bed, but all he caught were dust bunnies.
“Ouch!” He banged his head on the floor. “Why didn’t I take it to bed with me?”
We are almost to the middle of the quarter with an August word limit of 75. This transposed piece comes in at 57, featuring the word around. Only eight flashes left!
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What was under Malcolm’s bed? Who or what took it? Why did he think it was safe? Will he get it back?
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