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Dear Luke

By MedaNevaeh All Rights Reserved ©

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Maybe my friends do think I’m crazy and only hang out with me pity. The funny thing is I do not even know why I snapped at my parents this morning. I just woke up feeling so angry. They asked me if I wanted to be a part of the family. I lied. I lied because I was afraid of what my dad would do if I told him the truth. I told him I wanted to be a part of the family. I have never felt so stupid...so humiliated in my life.I guess I am like the biggest chicken in the world. But you do not think I am crazy right? Right?

Prologue

Dear Luke

Prologue

Present Day

Dear Luke,

I am writing to you because I can’t say this in person. You are leaving for college tomorrow, and I will miss you terribly. We were really good friends, but we never really talked you know? About things that really matter. These are a few things I should have told you, but did not. For you to understand, we need to go back. Before I really met you. Back to when we were just two people sitting next to each other in Journalism; when we were mere acquaintances.

Your friend,

Raine

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