Miracles in DecemberInspired by the Exo song, Miracles in December. I apologize in advance if it's horrible, it's late, I tried to make it short and entertaining, and it's late. Deal with it. Criticize if you want, no one is forcing you.
The boy and girl were laughing and running together through the heavy rain. What a lovely couple. They're laughing about an inside joke that was spoken ages ago. They finally find a place that can shield them from the rain. They are still laughing. They look into one another's eyes and kiss. A very cliche, yet romantic image placed in mind. This time, the writer, yes, hello that's me, hi, will not spoil the story, but let it unfold as stories should. I will try not to leave a cliffhanger, but as the person telling the story I will assure you this will be a good one. Now to start us off, his name was William and her name was Phoenix.
They started 10 years ago, William is now 29 and Phoenix is now 28, do the math. I will not go into de
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She immediately ducked as she heard a few more knives hit the wall. How many knives did he have anyway?
Apparently, the man heard the knives hit the wall and not Ivy as well.
"Little Ivy," he said in a singsong voice," Come out, come out wherever you are."
At that statement, she froze. How did he know her name? She shook from head to toe and slowly turned
towards the man and tried to see his face. Another knife flashed by her and she quickly hid again.
"Found ya," the man said playfully.
She was startled at the statement. Hoping he was just teasing her, but as if in an instant, the man was
right in front of her. He laughed, as she just stared in fear. She could see his face clearly now. He had short
brownish hair with a few greys mixed in and a scar running down his right eye. Why did villains always have some
sort of scars to make them look evil? Anyway, it seemed like he still had a lot of knives up his sleeve and I mean
that literally. He had a knife in his hand ready to k
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Ivy waited anxiously outside the operating room for her mother. Suddenly the ER light went off, and the
doctor came out.
"How's mommy??" Ivy asked.
"I'm sorry...but your mother...she's gone..." answered the doctor sadly.
Ivy was crushed. She collapsed to the ground and just started crying. It was only the natural thing to do
if your mother suddenly died on what seemed like a perfect day. The doctor stayed to comfort her. When she
finally calmed down, she asked to see her mother one last time. She was still on the operation tale, a white
sheet stained in blood that was covering her cold, dead body.
"Why," she asked as tears streamed down her cheeks," WHY WOULD YOU LEAVE ME?!?! IT SHOULD'VE BEEN ME!
She sobbed quietly over her mother's dead body, but after a long moment of silence a cold, hard voice broke the
"Yes. It should've," someone said behind her.
Ivy looked toward the door. I