a cure for the common block


The kids chanted and surrounded Todd as he held the brick and pulled it back like a football; every part of him said not to do it, he was going to start to throw the brick and chicken out at the last second, his peers be damned, but something happened and his fingers just let go as his arm extended forward. He froze, his unblinking eyes watching it hurtle through the air in slow-motion. He couldn’t do anything to stop it, and he watched the glass shatter into shards. His friends whooped and hollered and it took all his focus not to cry.

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