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Life in Death

By Arcin_Enroth All Rights Reserved ©

Drama / Fantasy

Prolouge

I held a knife in my hand. I looked around my room. Odd as it maybe it was nice for me. I promised that I would never do this. I'm sorry mom but what's happened I can't take it anymore.
I always said I would never do this.

I made sure everything was in order before doing anything else. I blinked away my tears. I just can't stand this anymore of this torture, I never let anyone know it. I kept it inside for so long acting like that girl everyone knew, that my family loved and adored. I can't take it anymore what happened today was it... I can't take anymore it this.
I always shock it off like it was nothing but everything that they have done to me hurt... I tried to be friendly and nice so it wouldn't happened anymore but it didn't work. I told my teachers... But they could do anything it just got worse.
I wiped my tears thinking about it. Tears just continued to stream down my face as I brought the knife up to my neck. I then quickly dragged the blade across my neck. For a slight second it hurt, as I fell to the ground I couldn't contain my hiss from the pain and- ...

"Let us in!" Someone yelled on the other side banging on the door.
Eventually they kicked the door in what they saw killed them. "Call an ambulance! The police! Go quickly!" The women sobbed and a male ran down.
When the parmedics came they called it, dead on site. There was a suicide note on the desk. The next day many where informed of the death not everyone.
No one expected to see what they did when they went to school the next day. A video... The girl on the video was stripped of dignity completely.

Quickly someone informed the police. Then the entire school was informed of the girls suicide.

...

"Aerona. We have a good assignment for you." Someone exclaimed. "What is it sir?" Teen age girl asked.
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