Here is a sentence that stands alone and needs no second: “Accidents ambush the unsuspecting, often violently, just like love.”
My own writing skips from day to day between historical articles and my WIPs of dark fantasy. Recent written sentences are:
Brother Cristo kept his back to the robed men, making the appearance of one who had returned to work on the parchment laid out on the lectern. He wondered over the purpose of their visit; dropped the reed nib into the dark ink and from a droplet quickly wrote the words needed for the next line.
Voices carried to where he sat perched upon the stool, clear without accent to identify them: “I would not want anything bad to happen to him."
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