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My Last Night

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My Last Night I could not believe the sight that greeted me as I opened the front door in the morning. There stood Rina; the girl I loved, looking in a way I had never seen her before. Tears streaming down her perfect face; only that she had never been like this before. Her beautiful brown eyes were filled with overflowing water. She swung her arms around me and started to weep, I comforted her and led her into the lounge. I asked her what was wrong but she couldn't stop crying to tell me, my heart began to pound really hard because I was worried; she was special to me. I was stunned t what she was telling me, it just couldn't be true I kept telling myself in my head while she told me what he done. I didn't know what to say to her; the words wouldn't come out. All I could think of is how indecent he was. He took advantage of her vulnerability; he used her and stole her innocence. He put his dirty hands on her and rapped her; my brain was throbbing at the image of his filthy hands. ...read more.


I opened the door and stepped out into the wet road. I could hear my own footsteps echo in my head. I pushed the door of the pub open; my adrenalin was pumping faster than ever. I walked up to him and tapped him on his back. He turned; my heart was pumping faster and faster by the second. I pulled out the gun; everyone went silent. I slowly pulled the trigger, not even a second later he was on the floor, the bullet had gone right threw his head. Screams filled my head people shouting "dial 999", I left the pub not looking back at what I had just done. As I got into my car, reality struck I had just shot a man! As I drove back to my flat all I could hear was the gunshot the people screaming. I had just shot someone; I couldn't believe it. He deserved it but I was still in shock. As I drove I could hear the sirens of police cars nearby. I arrived at my flat; I walked slowly to the door. My body was shaking as I opened the door. Rina ran to the door, hearing the sound of it opening. ...read more.


My family was one of principal, they never approved of Rina and I because she wasn't a Muslim. As my death day comes nearer I don't want to sin anymore, I want to forgive the little things I held grudges for. I don't want any enemies when I die and most of all I want to be forgiven for the way I have treated people in the past. I sent many letter to my family asking them to forgive me- I received not a single reply. I requested one of the guards to get a copy of the Quran, the Muslim holy book, for me in English. Throughout the twenty-nine years of my life I had never manage to learn the Quran. I have read the Quran day and night and finished it today, the third day in my cell. I have prayed for forgiveness and accept what I have done is wrong, but still believe that he deserved it. The guars I have are friendly, I read them the Quran; they would sit and listen to me. They made my last few days a lot easier. After finishing the Quran, I have found peace inside me. I feel as if I am ready to go back to Allah. I have to go they want me somewhere. Goodbye! ...read more.

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