I wanted this. I had always wanted this. She killed my mother. She killed my father. She nearly killed my best friend. Yet why do I feel pain and sorrow for her absense, feel so alone. I didn't want to end up like her, to be like her, to die like..that. It was horrifying.
I sat in the clearing, and closed her eyes with my fingers gently. Now she looks at peace. I stared back into the wood to see Jairo, his hair blowing in the wind staring at me.
"She almost killed me." He said from far away but I could easily hear him.
"I know Jairo but I have to-" He interupted me.
"SHE ALMOST KILLED ME! SHE KILLED YOUR MOTHER! SHE KILLED YOUR FATHER YET YOU SIT NEXT TO HER DEAD BODY ALL SAD LIKE SHE WAS YOUR BEST FRIEND! SHE HATED YOU!" He boomed and shouted. He wasn't the Jairo I knew.
"Jairo, don't. She was the only one like me, she let me go to see my mother, she let me go too many times I can't just leave her now! No! I won't do it!"
"Well guess what? I am." He said, returning into the black forest, leaving me alone with her.
"Jairo!" I shouted. Nothing could be worse than this. It was excruciating. The only person like me dead and my only friend alive had left me. I reached my hand out for him but nothing. I looked up at the sky, it was still lighten up by the bright white stars and the half cresent moon. I wasn't in any danger.
I kissed her forehead before running after Jairo into the woods. He was lying on the ground, his eyes closed her hair spread out across the floor and his position quite disturbing.
"JAIRO!" I ran over to him and slapped his face.
"WHAT!HUH?WHO?"He shouted jolting upright.
"Jairo? What are you still doing here? You were supposed to leave me! Not that I wanted you to but, you were." I sighed.
"I did leave you. Did you catch up with me?" He asked.
"No, I was in the clearing and you went back into the forest, I ran after you and saw you on the ground." I said.
"I did walk away, I ran actually, I thought you would turn bad. But if your still here and I'm still here, that means-"
"The men are playing with our minds." I interupted his soft yet urgent speech before holing on to him and standing up quickly.
We stood there all night. Nothing. Absolutely ziltch. But when the sun rose, it all began.
The sun beamed through the trees as I punched the man in the gut and wrapped him around a tree. Me and Jairo were free. I created a large bubble around them so they would never get out and they would sufficate. There were 5 men. Only five. Except one got out.
He kicked Jairo in the gut and he went flying back into a tree. I screamed as the other men got out and all grabbed me.
Their was knowone who would let me go. Knowone who would save me. If the woman was alive she would let me go. But she's dead. And the evil red-eyed men have taken over. The last thing I heard was a call for my name before I blacked out.