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I write hoers (Ko-Fi/Patreon)


After work on a bad day, I saw a pair of hoofprints in the snow. So I followed them. That's why I'm talking to you.

How much do you want to know?

Everything? Alright then.

Reading by Straight to the Point Studios

Content/Trigger Warning: Redheart finds something dark and the more spoiler text you read, it spoils the ending, to give you a non-spoiler warning it's grim and depressing, and the spoiler warning includes descriptions of discovering a suicide

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Comments ( 15 )

Damn, that was dark. Nicely written though.

Oh. The pony didn't... yikes. That didn't go either of the ways I was thinking.

OH. I didn't realize you had meant Redheart LITERALLY lost a patient. I thought all the phrases you used were metaphorical and that the patient had simply died. Yeah, that's some dark stuff there, Priest.

Yeep that's the twist :3

I read the spoiler first because I be like that... and the ending still hit me

Really impressive piece, Priest. The style here is really solid

Oh gosh, I mean (spoiler cuz spoiler) when you have like really busted things they most likely lead to suicide tbh.

My goodness this is more than just some deep stuff, this really can get ya to think and reflect on a couple of things! It felt so immersive and the everything about this just calls out to so many things beautifully! This truly is an excellent read! I hope ya didn't mind, but I simply had to make a reading on this emotionally amazing fic of yours!

Audio Linkyloo!: https://youtu.be/ti8F4rgC5Gc

(I don't mean to offend anyone with this comment in any way!)

Reminds me of a story my mom told my brother when he asked how things were at work: one day she came in to work and made her rounds and noticed that a patient’s ventilator had a small amount of fluid in the filter and noted it. Hours later before her shift ended, she checked the patient again and noticed that the fluid in the filter had built up more and had the patient transferred to the hospital for examination. A few weeks later the patient was released and sent back. About a month after that the patient was dead.

That's a horrible pun.



I saw the ending coming, but it was still great suspense. Well-written and tense, very good read.

My mom told me of a patient. Burns over a good portion of her body. Gasoline tanker had exploded.
Patient asked am I ugly? I don’t want to be ugly. Do I look ugly? I don’t want to be ugly. I bet I’m ugly. I don’t want to be ugly.
She could have lived, but would have been disfigured. She didn’t make it.

What a riveting story and an amazing deep twist in less than 2k words...fantastic work



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