Flash Fiction: Glass Prison

I sealed her in a prison of glass. It is the only element that can withstand her evil.

She stalked these lands as a human once, killing the man who thought he was her father and vilifying her step-family.

So if you are wandering the forests of Western Europe, and should happen upon a glass slipper – do not touch it. Do not listen to any voices that may come from within it.

Treat it with the utmost fear, for it holds the demon known as Cinderella.

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