As Darkness Invades

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a compilations of stories about depressed people's POV.

Submitted: October 26, 2019

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Submitted: October 26, 2019

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I was never the perfect child. I often misbehaved and cause chaos around the people around me but I would always accomplish high achievements to make up for my loud personality.

Certain people disliked befriending me due to my behaviors and it triggers my depression more. It made me constantly change myself and my opinions due to certain people.

 

“Hello, earth to Len,” I snapped back to reality and saw my best friend Felicia looking at me with a huge grin etched on her face.

 

“What? Can you repeat that?,” Felicia’s face turned sour as soon as those words left my mouth while I was giving her a nervous smile.

 

“Geez, Len. You’re such an airhead, sometimes I question myself why I even bother myself telling you stuff,” Felicia let out a huff and got up.

 

I admit I am an airhead but there are reasons why certain personality are stuck inside of me. Felicia might not really meant what she said but those words cut me deep and I start to wonder if I was ever good enough as a friend for her.

 

I sighed and got up. It was time for me to head to class.

 

After class ended, I head towards my locker in a hurry. I wanted to leave this hell hole as I couldn’t stand being in it anymore. Spending 8 hours at school mentally drains me and add social confrontations to it, my soul was practically dying.

 

After putting my books inside my locker, I closed it and was ready to leave when Victoria suddenly stopped me.

 

“Hey, where you going? You seem like you’re in a rush. Got some boys you want to smash after this?,” I let out a frustrated groan. I turned around and gave Victoria a forced smile.

 

“No, actually I’m planning on heading back to my house,”

 

“Oh, you’re boring. Yesterday I saw you with your sister, she’s pretty though,”

 

“Oh, okay. I’ll tell her that. Thanks, bye,” I turned around and was ready to leave when she suddenly said something that crushed more of my none existent self-esteem.

 

“She’s prettier than you. What happened to you though,” I ckenched my teeth and simply mumbled, I don’t know.

 

I drove towards my usual hangout spot. The place where I would overthink and end up making becoming more depressed by my own thoughts.

 

Everyday I always get comments that ruin more of myself and I know I shouldn’t take it to the heart but when you’re constantly getting told the same thing, you start to believe and when you believe you lose all of your self-esteem.

 

I closed my eyes and start to think of one compliment I received but nothing comes up. I let out a frustrated groan and lay down on the grass.

The hill has a beautiful view of the city but people rarely goes here because of a murder that has taken place nearby this hill.

I wasn’t scared because even if the killer wanted to kill me, I would happily oblige to his orders. I was already planning my suicide so him doing me a favor was something I’m happy of.

 


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