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The Assassin!

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Lucy Baird – 10g

The Assassin!

The rain pattered on the window pane. I could hear each drop like a note on a piano. I could see her ponytail over the back of the chair. Her long brown hair rested on the top of the chair like a cat sleeping. The light from the moon flickered through the rain drops. The rain drops sounded like footsteps that weren’t going anywhere.

The dusty photographs of us reflected the happy memories. Should I still go though with this? The happy memories were now lost in the sands of time. I scraped my finger across one of the photographs; I left her in the dust. My happy face was clear now. This happiness would only be a reality if I were to do this.

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She was breathing heavily, I think she was asleep. All these months of terror and fright was finally going to come to an end. Could I do this? Should I do this? Should I hurt her the way she hurt me?

I took another step, her breathing got louder and the smooth feeling of the knife rubbed against my thigh. I swallowed; I could not believe I was going to do this. Everyone always says that if someone hurts you, you should not retaliate. What do they know? They don’t know how much she hurts me. I don’t think she does it on purpose. This is irrelevant though. She makes me hate my life and dread waking up in the morning to find more bruises and cuts.

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I stepped in front of her to watch her sleep; she looked so peaceful and innocent. I could not go through with this. Maybe she will seek help. I must not provoke her. She doesn’t mean it. She doesn’t mean to hurt me. I cannot do this to the woman I love. It’s not fair on her, it isn’t her fault she has a problem.

I found myself just sitting there watching her sleep. I hid the knife under the chair and held her in my arms. We rested there together, peacefully.

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