Breaking Free

May 12, 2011
By SuperAsh BRONZE, Epping, Other
SuperAsh BRONZE, Epping, Other
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Summary:

The police left her at the door of the camp. She carries her bag, her left wrist in a cast, tears in her eyes. She walks towards the registration table, as her memories weigh her down, not knowing whom she can trust. She walks…walks like she has no destination. At the registration table she receives a nametag that spells “ABBE” in big bold letters. All she wants to do is die; she’s got cuts all over her right arm. She feels hopeless. She is fed up will all the ‘sorry’s’ from people who don’t even care about the fact that she just lost both her parents in a brutal one way shoot out.

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Ashley M.

Breaking Free


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on Aug. 24 2011 at 2:35 pm
Willflower.-.-. BRONZE, Yuma, Arizona
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Favorite Quote:
This is us. This is who we are. We demand attention.

I love this!!!!


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