Silence stormed (Chapter Four) 

Leaving my bed, I headed towards bathroom, to do my morning schedule after which I headed for my closet, to find something to wear. After ten minutes of search, I changed into a green top that perfectly matched my contact lenses, with grey genes and flats. I held my hair in a neat side braid before giving a final touch up to my light makeup that compensates for last night’s sleeplessness. After grabbing my belongings I headed towards the dining table, to have my breakfast “Good morning mom” I greeted lively “Morning” mom replied before again busing herself into wiping the kitchen counter. I was almost done with my breakfast when my phone rang, that was a text from Carder saying that she was outside to pick me, as we decided to go together. I hurried out grabbing my belongings. “Bye mom” I shouted back just before locking the door behind me. I headed towards the Yellow Honda standing at the other side of the road. I thee by backpack at the backseat and made my way towards the passenger’s seat. I opened the car door and was welcomed by by beaming Carder
“Hey Rossie, excited for senior year?”

“Hey, I may or may not be but it’s not hard to guess that someone here is definitely excited” I gave a genuine smile

“And that someone is not you, so I’ll take it as me” she replied with a grin. I fastened the seatbelt, we were about to go when I remembered that I’ve forgot my notebook at my bed side table. I told Carder that I’ll be back in two minutes with this I headed back towards my home. I opened the main door, just on time to find mom sobbing while hugging daddy’s shirt…..

Advertisements

Silence stormed (Chapter Three) 

I was running in a darkened corridor with all my energy. They were behind me, those two gigantic, muscular men carrying dagger. I didn’t go too far when it dawned on me that I could run no further, that I was trapped helplessly, as that was the end of the corridor. I turned to realize that they were getting closer and closer. A shiver of fright ran down my spine and my blood turned into water. My heart was beating in my ears, I was paralyzed by shock. One of them stepped forward his beetle like eyes were digging holes in my skull. I opened my mouth to scream, but was betrayed by my own voice. That was the time when I woke up to realize that I was in my room and this was just a dream. My breathing rate and heartbeat were at their maximum possible levels. I looked out for the time, which was 1 in the morning. I stepped towards the kitchen to have a glass of water. After returning to my bed I tried hard to sleep but all my efforts went into bin. I lie there looking up towards the ceiling. I lost into a trance, still a part of the Same dream anytime ready to be killed my those men, as if that all was real and that they really were after me. I lost track of time and didn’t even realize when the darkness of night turned into the brightness of day. My alarm rang, finally it was first day of my senior year at Howarth high school.

Silence stormed (Chapter Two) 

 

Waking up the next morning with swollen eyes, and dark patches underneath reminded me of my dark experience from last night. That was not the only night that make me suffer but this suffering was more of a usual thing to me now. These panic attacks were a part of my life. After looking my terrible face in the mirror, I headed towards the bathroom to do my morning routine. After returning to my bed I took a quick glance at my bed side clock, which read 2 pm. The Sun was at it’s brightest. I did slept too much that morning. I made my way down towards the kitchen, stopping at the laundry to greet mom “Hey mom” I pleaded keeping my voice firm in order to sound fine. “Hi, your breakfast or more like lunch is in the oven go and get it” was the response, as she continued with the laundry. I didn’t expect any better though but it still hurts. After eating in silence I returned to my room. Staring through the window a flash of memories entrapped me, and I started floating in the deep dark waters of memories.

“Hey Rosie, come catch me”

“Wait daddy I’m almost there” i exclaimed. I was dragged back to reality by a piano sound my phone was ringing. I answered it with my mind still lost in the past

“Rosie?? Rosie you there?” That was carder on the other side of the line

” y-yeah, yeah i’m here, what is it?” I asked my best friend

“Where were you? I’ve being calling you since ages” Carder said

“Nowhere, just woke up, had a lot of sleep today” was my reply.

“Seems like someone is really excited for our first day as seniors, tomorrow is going to be exciting” Carder said her voice beaming with excitement.

Silence Stormed (Chapter One) 

Sitting in the corner and hoping against hope, that this all was nothing more than a nightmare. My heart beating painfully fast. A jolt of grieve ran into my veins. This killing silence is eating me up slowly and painfully. Hot tears escaping from my hazel eyes down my pale cheeks. I engulfed in saliva in order to moisturize my dry throat but instead it made it’s way towards my gut burning my throat like an acid. This was not the first time but it made no difference to me maybe this was my destiny There was a knock on the door after which, a thin beam of light made its way into the darkened room. soon after which the room was flooded with light, that light made me temporarily blind when my vision, returned all I could see was a feminist figure trapping the light.That figure bombarded me with words, that made no sense to my numb brain I opened my mouth to say something but only a silent scream came out.The figure disappeared leaving me alone, again in that torture. this was the darkness that maybe I was destined to face. I was rooted to my core. Icy cold chills running down my spine. My life has never been a bed of roses but more of a never ending struggle a struggle to survive every day a struggle to be me Yes me

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑