Dark Shadows at Bay

Image Credit Jesse Williams

Dark Shadows at Bay

Passing this place during the day, you’d never suspect the lurking that goes on at night.

“If you don’t have a table, move along,” growled the guard. Words and tone lingered in the air to those who weren’t interested in booking a space for the night scene. Only the serious, studious ones get the opportunity to occupy the seats in the all-night diner.

After years of dealing with rowdy drunks, students began talking to the owners about running an all-night study zone. Tables are reserved, noise is kept to a hum, grades improve, security improved.

Keeping dark shadows at bay.


Written for: Week 23 – 100 Word Wednesday

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