Star Struck - Rowan Llewellyn

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic
Sometimes you should listen to the words of your elders.

Submitted: October 12, 2009

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Submitted: October 12, 2009



Star Struck

He rode. He rode cause he knew he had to. He twisted the throttle causing his bike to snarl. He shifted into fourth and popped the clutch, leaving his old life behind him in a cloud of exaust. How long until anyone even noticed he was gone? Would anyone care? He doubted it. None of those bastards had cared about him when he was there. Doesn't matter. He knew his life was about to change forever.

He was headed for L.A. and never looking back. He was gonna be a star. His anger flared thinking about how everyone laughed at him for his dream. "You'll never make it." Old Man Anderson had said. Yeah, I'll show that old son-of-a-bitch! He thought. Twisting the throttle harder, another person came into mind. Hell, probably the only person that will miss me. Sara Myer. God, she was a perfect ten. Long blonde hair, legs that stretched for miles, and tits to die for. And just the right amount of attitude to let you know not to fuck with her.

He wondered if he should have brought her with him. Oh well, too late now. Besides, I could probably find five girls just like her. He let his mind get lost, imagining all the women he was gonna get when he got to L.A. He was so lost in his fantacies that he almost didn't see the girl standing in the middle of the road. He slammed on his front, and back breaks. His tires screamed in protest, and his bike kicked sideways, and flipped. He tangled up in his bike and both went rolling down the road.

He came to a stop right in front of the girl. When he looked up, she was smiling down at him. "You should have listened to Old Man Anderson." She said in a voice like the whisper of the wind. As he took his last breath, she faded into nothingness.

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