Innocence, Pain, Anger

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic
The death of an innocent person. Death leads to pain, and pain leads to anger.

Submitted: August 31, 2013

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The group of two were silent as they walked through the town square. Nothing had meaning anymore. Both of their faces either showed sadness or no emotion at all. Then, one of them stopped.

“Mako?” The other one turned. Mako didn’t answer. He was looking at the antique shop that they had never gone in. Something...something was telling him to go in there. Mako started to walk, and Eren followed. The store was quiet. Not a sound was heard, not even bells signaling that someone had entered the store. Both of the boys walked around the store. It struck them as odd. Then Mako saw something. It was a life size doll, maybe a little shorter than himself. He paused and looked at it. It had a beautiful pink and white gown with many ribbons tied around her. On her head was a hairpiece that was a pink rose with white pearls. It went perfect with her blonde hair that was tied up in a bun. Her eyes were open, but they were downcast in an almost sorrowful way. The eyes had an amazing blue color. Mako continued to stare. ‘She’s beautiful...’ Were his only thoughts. Soon enough, Eren found him staring at the doll. ‘This...is so lifelike...’ He thought as he also stared at the doll. Someone walked up to them.

“You like her? I just got her. A beauty, isn’t she?” Both of the boys nodded. The man smiled. Mako was about to turn, then he saw it. The dolls’ necklace. It was the same necklace that Miki had. Even the chipped part. Then it hit him. The doll had the same hair color as Miki. The doll had the same eyes as Miki. Miki’s favorite color was pink. She loved roses. Everything hit him head on like a train and her covered his mouth with his hands to prevent noise from coming out of his mouth. Tears stung his eyes and eventually rolled down his face. Eren noticed him crying.

“Mako? Are you...crying?” He said in a voice that was almost a whisper. Mako removed his hands.

“The...necklace.” He whispered. He didn’t even bother to wipe his tears. They kept on rolling. Eren’s eyes trailed back to the doll. Just like Mako, it all hit him like a train. The necklace. The hair. The eyes. The rose. The color pink. He felt the tears form. Instead of being silent, he spoke.

“He...turned Miki...into a DOLL?!” His whispering turned into talking, and talking into shouting. Eren was shaking with rage. Mako stared at him, and then turned to the salesman. The salesman had a sinister smile on his face.

“Ah, so you found out, huh?” The two boys froze. They realized the man was holding something behind his back. ‘It’s just like in the movies..’ Eren thought. A part of him wanted to run away, but if you were a situation like this, you don’t have the guts to run. A wall hit them by surprise and Mako let out a cry. They shut their eyes as pain tore through them. Then they breathed their last.

 

 

A person entered an abandoned store. Nobody was inside, all there was were the items in the shop. The owner was gone, yet everything was still there. The person came across three lifelike dolls. One was a girl. She had blonde hair, a pink and white gown, a rose in her hair, and lots of ribbons and pearls. She had the most beautiful blue eyes the person had ever seen. The next was a boy. He had black hair, and he was wearing a nice green outfit. There seemed to be branches on the boys’ hand, like gloves. He had saddened green eyes. The next was also a boy. He had light brown hair, and was wearing a blue outfit, much like the other boy. Around his wrists and ankles, were chains that binded him to the wall. His eyes were gray and emotionless. In front of the three dolls was a piece of paper. The person bent over and picked it up.

“Innocence, Pain, Anger.”


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