"Where were you!?" He asked as if I just missed a debriefing on a class eight mission.
"Do you have dat Vodka vit you?" I asked staggering to sit next to him. He squinted his eyes at me for a quick moment, but handed me the bottle from behind him. I took a good deep swig and leaned side ways, hissing between my teeth as I poured some onto my side. Holy crap did it burn!
"What happened to you?" He asked watching curiously. Now if it was me as Semira sitting here, he'd be flipping his lid and trying to get me to the clinic. Which wasn't exactly necessary. Unless you consider a...
I wake up in the same place I did when I dozed off. Donovan’s lap on the little part of the roof of the ruins that hadn’t fallen down with the rest of the limestone colored rock. Moss and vines creeped up on all sides of the walls and grass poked through the cobblestone ground. You could definitely tell it was an old place. Donovan was next to me, his breathing not completely even. He wasn't all the way asleep. As soon as I sat up, he turned and faced me.
"Wow. You actually woke up." He said, sitting up as well.
Don’t ask how I got back into the quarters a half past midnight. It’s a long story. Thank goodness we didn’t have any classes today. God was I tired. Not to mention in pain. I took at least four aspirins before walking down to breakfast that morning. Last night, when I rode back into the quarters, I turned to Antonio with a sad expression and told him I hadn't found Laura. He said that it was okay because Donovan found her and brought her in. He still seemed worried so I tried to assure him before I went to bed. Falling asleep quickly. Thanks Vodka. Actually, thank you Donovan. We were...
I planned on going to the ruins again. It was my favorite place. Especially with all the history that comes with it. History that nobody else really knows about. I came up from the back of it and jumped off Starlight. Tying her up, I ran my hands over the three flat stones that stuck up out of the dirt, waist high with crosses carved into the old, worn limestone colored cement. I smiled at the last one and bent down in front of it.
"You could have made it." I whispered. "I vish you vould have made it."
When I woke up the next morning, ready for classes and running down the balcony and stairs to the cafeteria for breakfast. I could smell the food already and it made my stomach rumble. French toast and bacon. My favorite French dish. I chuckled to myself at the ironic joke I made. French toast, French dish... Whatever. I erased it from my mind. Getting in line with Mel, she greeted me with a cheerful good morning and waved at Donovan and Jaken who already had our seats. I began wondering how they got here so dang quickly.
I walk through the big, heavy double doors of the gym. The floor was all grey cement as always besides the red track that outlined the huge room. If I was to walk all the way across, I would reach the metal bleachers. I turned to my right and walked the track until I reached the somewhat darker entrance that was wide enough to fit at least thirteen people all lined up with space in between them. On either side of the hall walls were two doors. One with a woman's sign on it and the other with a men's. Bathrooms. I kept walking until I reached the other end of the small hallway into the dim...
I lay curled up on my bed, half covered by a small dark blue blanket that I had kept folded at the foot of my bed. I shut my eyes just as the door opened. Someone burst in and began shaking me. I jumped up with a knife in my hand and she stopped. Mel. I sighed and dropped it.
"You need to come with me. Now!" I began climbing out of bed, almost forgetting how to walk.
"Why? What's going on?" She gazed at me wide eyed. "What?"
"You wouldn't believe me." She said looking away.
Early morning and the clouds hung low across the fields. I snuck Starlight out of her stall and slipped onto her back quietly as I set her into a silent trot through the gates. Once we reached the open space, I loosened on the control and let her run. Blazing across the countryside like we were a wild forest fire.
After a good hour of dashing around, I led her over to the ruins and tied her to a smaller slab of rock that was about the size of a big branch. Running and leaping onto the far rock wall that I had Jaken pinned to a few days ago, I pulled out a small arrow stuck in the wall....
Walking over to door 153. My dorm. The grey steel door was cracked a sliver as if I had forgotten to close it. But I knew I did. I pretended not to notice as I walked in and shut the door behind me. Throwing a little sharp dart as I spun around. The figure caught it.
"I thought you never missed." He said in his deep voice. My eyes widened with realization when he spoke. He twiddled the dart in between his gloved fingers. "I remember teaching you how to throw these."
"What do you want Temno" I growled, feeling my fury rising like a thermometer in boiling water. His deep brown eyes...
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