Not Good Enough For Jamie

“What do you think, nurse?” Alan asked.

“I don’t see what’s wrong, Dr. Ford, she looks exactly like the person she was. You did a beautiful job.”

“Beautiful job? What are you talking about? I look like an evil monster,” she sobbed, put the mirror down, and looked beyond Ford and the nurse at Kerry and his mother, who, though they were mainly skeletons, pointed at her and appeared to be smiling. “Please. I said I was sorry. I’m so…,” Jamie gasped, fell back, closed her eyes, and died.

The End



While teaching speech and English at a community college, Mr. Greenblatt wrote short stories and plays, one of which won a reading at Smith College.  After retiring, he wrote short stories and novellas.  Several of his stories were published in on-line magazines, and others were published in print anthologies.

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