Maddiie Vali

Dark Red

Blood, spilling across the table
The girl, dropping with a heavy thud
A pencil in her throat
A look of horror on her face
Bent backwards in an exorcized-like fashion
Her hair, drenched in her own dark red liquid
Dyeing angel-like hair a deep, terrifying color
The culprit, dashing out
Security, running in
The girl, gurgling and choking
Leaving this world for another, slowly
Her once steady heartbeat, quicker with the approaching pencil
Now, slowing and fading
The culprit, found 
"She forced me to give her pencil back"

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 05/08/2014.

 

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