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Revenge. I am cold. The stone against my body is damp with my blood, and it smells vile.

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´╗┐Revenge I am cold. The stone against my body is damp with my blood, and it smells vile. I can no longer feel my legs. They are numb. I am numb. I am cold and I am dying in an unfamiliar place. I am drifting in and out of consciousness. There is a faint sound of music in the air, floating into my sleep oppressed brain. It sounds so familiar. This is not how it was meant to be. This was not how I was meant to die. I have tried to stop the blood from spilling endlessly but I am weak now. ...read more.

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I will attempt to prove, as it seems that there is no doubt about my fate now that it is possible for me to die with dignity. Funny thing about dying is it?s not like what people think. There is no white light or anything. Just a whole lot of thoughts, all mixed together and becoming tangled. Distant memories flood back into my mind. I push them back into the darkness. I will not cry today. Another time, another day, maybe? My eyes flicker open as I hear the sound of heavy footfalls on the uneven steps. ...read more.

Conclusion

She is the knife in her hand, the knife in my heart. It would be a lie to say that in this dream I did not want it. The end is such an over-dramatic term. I just want peace. I wanted to be released from the pain she is forcing on me every day of my waking life. She holds the blade of the knife against me and slowly draws a line down my throat with the sharpest point. She smiles, pauses, and forces the blade into my neck. I don?t scream. There?s no time. I fell through time and space. They say that if you die in your dreams, then you die in reality. I died in that dream? ...read more.

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