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Frost Part 1: The Memory Shards Chapter 1Frost Part 1: The Memory Shards Chapter 1 by EmilytheNeko
That's all I could see.
All I could hear, all I could feel.
If you were to piece them together, the situation would become crystal clear.
I was being murdered.
I couldn't remember how I managed to get into this predicament. All I could remember was an intense pain throughout my body, and then seeing the light fade as my eyes slowly closed, that man's evil laughter echoing through my mind.
I was being murdered, yes. But this killer's attempt was all for naught. My eyes opened, after what seemed like an eternity of deep sleep. All I could see were blurs of white flying past a grey background. As my vision cleared though, it would seem that it wasn't a background at all, but rather the sky. The white specks turned out to be snowflakes, falling rather heavily on my face.
I sat up, looking down at myself. I was covered with snow, as if I had been lying on the ground for a long time. Standing, I brushed the snow off to reveal bloody, torn clothes on my being. I was
My Nightmare Journal: Entry #3: The TornadoMy Nightmare Journal: Entry #3: The Tornado by EmilytheNeko
It was a bright and beautiful day. My mom and I went out shopping, having a fun time. We decided to go to Krogers next to buy food and such. When we were checking out, somebody suddenly started screaming. People, all around us, were flocking outside and jumping into there cars, speeding away. Mom and I ran outside, and we were shocked to find that the beautiful blue skies were replaced with a green color, dark clouds everywhere, the sun gone.
Mom and I tried to start the van, but with no luck. "We have to get a ride from someone!" I said.
Mom ignored me, and walked down the sidewalk. "Mom! Mom, this isn't safe!" I ran after her and looked up in fear.
A large tornado began to form right before my very eyes. The wind was intense, but for some reason, it wasn't enough to pull us in. I grabbed Mom and began to pull her with me in the opposite direction.
"No! We have to go this way!" Mom protested.
"Mom, you're crazy!" I cried, tears flying from my eyes.
The tornado grew bigger and bigger a
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