Join us 6My head was throbbing when i opened my eyes. For a moment, i could see anything and though my head hitting the side walk had blinded me. I was clearly not in my right mind.
I felt a cold, rotten breath blow across my face and began coughing and hacking. The putrid scent moved away from me, and I waved my hand in front of my face, dispelling it.
Lexis voice ran through my head. It's not. It's really not.
The flesh hung off her bones, her clothes torn and bloodied. Her face was grey and infected, and her hair was matted with blood, although i doubted it was all her own.
I chanted the words in my head as i searched desperately for my weapon.
I crouched in the corner near the door with my curtain rod.
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Occasionally, something so amazing, so breathtakingly wonderful, so heart-stoppingly glorious takes place, and leaves you teary eyed and with a new outlook on life.
This is not it.
Instead, this is a story of death.
A story of how a little girl dies when she tries to do the right thing.
There is no happy ending.
It begins with a funeral.
The sound of rain on stone is surprisingly pleasant.
A mother watches her daughter locked away forever, covered with dirt, and forgotten by the rest of the world.
They found her mangled body in their front yard, with some form of animal marks all over her, but with such precise aim they had to have been inflicted by something competent.
April 14, 1999 - September 18, 2010
May her soul find piece
An innocent girl
Loved by all.
Her mother wiped stray tears from her heavily powdered cheeks and her father stood beside her, a statue casting a long shadow over his daughters grave.
The ceremony was short. People left quickly, abandon