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Beep… beep… beep.

All I hear is that, I can’t open my eyes, I can only hear, and all I hear is that annoying beeping noise. My head throbs, and I can only remember Darry and his scary face glaring at me. The child, who I thought of my little brother, stared at me as though I was a bad child.

Eventually, I open my eyes. The beeping was coming from no where. A face hovers over me, first I only see these large blue eyes peering into mine, and then I see his face. The only thing I can think of now that his face came into view first is he was perfect. His skin was pail, his skin was pail and flawless, but his nose was crooked.

“Who are you?” I ask. I sit up, the world shifts around me; I press my hand to my forehead.

“Jace,” he says his voice a deep.

“Well where am I?” I look around; the room was like a bedroom, with two doors, a night stand, fan on the ceiling, a boring old bedroom.

“TM Lab,” he answers.

“What lab?”

“Testing of the Mutants.”

“WHAT!” I screech. “No your lying, I am not in a lab, I’m not supposed to be here!” I felt my eyes fill with tears.

“Why would I lie?” He crosses his arms. “If I wanted to lie I would have said you were in Paris or something.”

“I can’t… this can’t be happening to me! I need to get out of here!” I jump off the bed, I sway and Jace catches me.

“You can’t get out, it’s impossible.” He wraps his arm around my waist. “You might as well get used to me.” He smiles a simple smile, which made my heart skip a beat.

“I’m leaving,” I spit at him. I try to shove out of his arms but he wouldn’t let go. “Let. Go.”

“No.” his simple smile turns into a dashing smile that pisses me off.

“You want to play that way?” I form a pink orb around my hand and toss it at his angel face.

He lets me go, and I fall to the ground making my head hurt more. “You really think that hurts?” he chortles. A dark blood read globe appears around his hands, he flings it at me, I roll out of the way, making a force field around me; a huge crater gapes into the floor.

“How did you…” I sit up not letting my shield brake.

“So you’re the girl?” He strides over to me but walks into my barrier. He pushes agent I, shoves it, and looks at me question written all over it.

“So you are the boy James told me about?” I inquire. I beam at him, he is my new and first rival.

“The snake freak?”

“Don’t call him a freak!” I snap. Jace, still standing outside my blockade, jumped through it when it flickered when I got upset.

“So your power is based on your emotions,” he observes. “That’s not good.”

“I don’t care. Don’t call James a freak.” I try to get up from the cold concrete floor but my body won’t let me.

“He’s the one who sent you here.” He assists me to my feet. “Your trust people so easily.” He flops on to the bed and spreads out on it.

“I do not!” I hiss. He thinks he’s got me figured out. I’ll show him.

“YOU!” Someone calls. I turn and see familiar looking women. “Come with me.” The woman snatches my arm and drags me out of the room. Everything was connected to wires, I few children crying, it was heart breaking, people being treated like they are nothing, an experiment.

“Let me go,” I sneer. I rip my arm out of her tight grip, my hands have my special pink orb around them and I prepare for attack.

The women pulls out a gun and pulls the trigger, before I could get my shield up something stabs my neck. “Try and fight that!” she laughs.

“Ow…” I touch my neck where she shot; I pull out a long silver dart. “What is this?”

“A tranquilizer,” she smirks. “You should pass out any second now.”

“Ow,” I rub my neck, I’m bleeding. “Yeah… my energy is too high for this to work.” I toss the dart to the tile floor.

“Well… we’ll see now wont we.” She crossed her arms waiting for me to fall to the ground, I won’t. My body won’t allow this to happen. Flame bought a tranquilizer gun once and shot me with it. Nothing happened.

“You’re wasting your own time,” I beam at her, she looks annoyed by the fact that she was wrong and I was right NANANANA. Now I just need to find a way out of here… I glance around anxiously.

The women say a code into a walkie-talkie and three huge men come down the hall way, two of them latch on to my arm and the other holds a gun up to my back. S.O.B! They walk me down the hallway, to a set of double doors.

Everything was black and white, with lights on the odd devices that shined different colors. The women pulled levers, and pushed buttons. The mean laid me on a cold metal table and strap my arms, legs and waist to it, my breathing was uneven and I need to get out. Soon something attached to my temples.

First there was a harmless humming noise, but it grew more intense, my body felt like everything was shutting down. I know my eyes are open but everything was dark, my hearing was blocked, and I couldn’t even feel the chilly table underneath me.

Immediately a sharp pain flit through my right arm, I gasp and everything came into view. The woman is yelling at the men, everyone was freaking out. I look around, and I oddly felt so rejuvenated, like a burst of life just fled throughout my body.

“Do you think I know what happen!” a man yells. “Everything just went up in smoke!”

“Well maybe you should have watched everything!” she yells back.

“You think I didn’t!” They both look like cherries, something went wrong. So something must have happen to me.

I look down at myself, nothing out of the ordinary. I pull my arms and the straps brake without a problem. I stare at my hands, “Hey, what just happen?” I call.

“You girl shut up!” one of the men snap.

“Well, let me go home, and I will.” The man strides over and slaps me. “OW!” I screech.

“When I tell you to shut up I mean shut up!” My cheek stings, I glare at the man. He hit me for no reason.

I cross my arms, I focus on the man, and to my surprise his eyes cross, and blood falls from his lower lip. He falls to the floor, his body trembling. I just gaze at him in disbelief, did I do that?

“MARK!” the women screams, falling to her knees with the two other men by her side. The man who collapsed woke up, he was confused, and he was in pain. I couldn’t help but feel overjoyed.

“I’m fine…” he mumbles. “Your name is Jinx right?”

“Uh… well… yes.” My mind scrambles: WHAT DID I DO? Now he knows my name, what else does he know! Oh jeezz I did something I’m going to regrets.


Submitted: May 09, 2011

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lovelyhart

please keep me updated! you are a wonderful writer!

Fri, June 24th, 2011 4:35pm

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awww thank you! you just made my day! i'll be sure to keep you updated!

Sun, June 26th, 2011 3:45pm

K L Copley

I DEMAND YOU STOP DOING EVERYTHING RIGHT NOW AND START WRITING ANOTHER CHAPTER!!! :D You are not talentless. You write beautifully, and it's so imaginative. I think its all moving just a little too fast, you could have slowed it down by having the conversation with the guy like jinx that tells us about him. or you could have made the audience trust james too by not making him give jinx up so quick. there could be an attack and he saves her or something. If you want another crack at it you could always say this bit with james and darry's betrayal was a dream. :D then have theattack but james saves her. earning ours and hers trust :D Other than that I LOVE IT! x

Fri, September 30th, 2011 12:37pm

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yeah thats what i was thinking but i tried to do that and it turned in to a huge mess.... -.- so i made it in to what i have right now.... also thank you for the complement it mean sososososoososo much to me! ^.~ xD

Sat, October 8th, 2011 6:08am

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