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Bloody Pinky Shade

By ₪ Lolsebca ₪

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Bloody Pinky Shade

Ever since mother died, my life has become a living hell. She died after a movemented argument with father. He then drunk a lot, and even forgot how he killed her. In order to preserve my family, I hide this fact and lie to the cops, fainting not knowing.


Dad became mad after Mom death, drunking, druging himself every night, sinking more and more everyday.Last Saturday, while he was drunked, he came in my room, pushed me onto my bed. He started scratching wildly my wears. He then... Take off my bras, sinking his mouth in my chest...


One hour after, he was sleeping on my bed. My naked body, forever marked by a naughty deed.

When he wake up, I'd already throwed the pieces of wear out of see. He then told me he loosed his job last day. Is it because he was absent too long? Since mom's death, he did nothing else than drink.


What happened next... Well, I don't really want to say it... There's not a lot of works a student girl can do that pay enough for paying the bills...


The worst was at school, Monday morning. The yesterday guy called me for a compensated date. I didn't wanted, but the money was ... necessary.

I then heard steps behind the door. I failed to recognize who was it.


The next day, I told Saki-chan about what happened Saturday. While she was shocked, I heard the same people going away. Was I stalked?


Wednesday morning, I entered school. Saki-chan told me to follow her while everyone looked at me, whispering gossips.

She then lead me behind a school building. We were alone, and her tone became more rude.

"- Are you engaged in compensated dating?"

"- What are you..."

"- Don't lie to me. Why?"

"- ... I didn't had the choice..."

"- You always have. We're not friends anymore, bitch."

She then leaved me alone.


My only friend knew. While I was wondering how they learned, walking to my locker, I noticed everyone's stare and the words "GO. AWAY.", "Kill yourself!", "BITCH", "You suck" marked in red on my locker.

In class, the same thing happened to my desk.

I also lunched alone.


The same thing happened Thursday. Even worse. Several students were even gossiping in front of me with a loud tone. As expected, they were talking about "Beach", "Slot" when I was staring and "Bitch", "Slut" when I looked to my locker.

My locker which was filled with threatening letters, telling me to "Go away", that I was "Unwanted".


I just wanted to be alone. I ran near an old sakura, which one was supposed to be magic. If you confessed under this tree, your crush will accept you. And there was also this senpai of mine. He was alone, wondering. A piece of innocence, he was handsome.


But innocence is a lie. My innocence has vanished far away when my mother died. Even if I loved him, there's nothing left anymore. Rather, I hated him. Allowed to be free, all alone.


If I was still an ignorant, I would have cried against God. But this is nothing but an entity created by men to manipulate others. Then it was used as a remedy for deathfear.

I would rather let them in ignorance and kill myself as fast as possible.

So that I wont have to fear others anymore.


With that in mind, I ran through halls, and jump through floor.

It's why you shouldn't bully others at school. It's always too late when you realize you are gone too far.

===Lolsebca fanfiction, available on fanfiction.net, about Yandere Simulator. Also used for the writer's contest on Inkitt.

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