The Sirens Ring.

October 21, 2009
By RobertTheDude BRONZE, Herndon, Virginia
RobertTheDude BRONZE, Herndon, Virginia
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Favorite Quote:
I once ate an apple once, it tasted horrible.

Bullet reverberations twitch, sketch emotions to my face.
The girl in the back is ringing the telephone as fast as she can
Even though I am the one who should be drenched in fear
Point blank, the pistol pushes forward
My muscles turn jumpy, I dive, I dive with a speed
Nerves split ends, our thoughts wind.
When my pistol presses on his temple.
The register rings, the papers crackle shoots through my mind like a lovely voice
But then with the wink of an eye
In this fast motion haze
The man starts pulling up his own gun
I fire, the bullets pierce, his body falls
He should have kept his hands down
My weapon turns, the crowd breaks, my body follows.
I dash out of the building, and no one follows.
The sirens ring and I ignore
The sirens ring and I ignore
The sirens ring and I am gone.

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