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Journal 13

By JThePianoMan All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Thriller

Tears of Blood...

“do you realize why you’re here?” that was mr. Etus’s way of telling me that i don’t have to go through it anymore. “I’m fine, i can’t remember what happened anyways.” “Well you should, i’m tired of seeing you always getting the short end of the stick. You’re a great student Isaiah. you just need to tell me what happened.""I really need to get to class, have a nice day...” i can’t tell you how much i hate all of this, from Etus’s office, to the retards that pick on me. At the end of the day all i have is myself. As i walked out of the cold, depressing office a simple and plain sign greeted me that looked like it had better days. I approached the locker corridor, then i heard the most chilling voice. “HEY ASSWIPE!” oh shit... it's Derrick... i ran as fast as i could without looking back, with adreanaline filling my body. The long brown corridor was filled with the echoes of stomping feet, and slamming doors, while i’m running for my life. i could feel the rush of the wind, mixed with the feeling of panic, just imagining what would happen if they caught me again. As i was just about to reach the bright blue door of freedom, i felt a tug on my black jacket, then the cold tile floor. “STOP! SOMEONE HELP ME!” The constant attempts of trying to break free were no use, i was pinned down. “This is what you get for talkin’ to Piper!” I felt the boom of Derrick's raspy voice through the tile as he started swinging his fists towards me. Crying didn’t help my case.

No one to help. No one to care. Only the blood that was pouring out of my nose. "Never again dipshit." Derrick yelled. With the little vision i had, i looked to my left, while my right side of my face was soaked in blood, dust, and cold tile. he proceeded to throw my backpack, and all it's contents into the blood, and tile. What fell out of my backpack next scared the shit out of me, a black leather journal, with the number 13 inscribed in the lock, and cover. I watched in horror, as it fell onto the floor, and into my blood. Journal 13... When everything went quiet, my heartbeat got louder. Was he done? Can i go to my next class? i hobbled onto my feet, and looked at the floor. The tile was soaked with my blood. In the corner of my eye i noticed a faint symbol, the number 13. i felt dizzy, everything was spinning, then my legs gave out on me. I fell back into my blood, as if it was a magnet. my vision was fading, then everything went dark...

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