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Reaching Out to YouI wrote you a letter and placed it on your desk at school, but you thought it was just a piece of scrap paper and threw it away in the trash can.
I left you your favorite candy on your desk the next day. You took it, but you didn't even think about who gave it to you or what it was for.
I gave you three roses also on your desk the day after that, but you didn't want them, so you gave it to the blonde girl that sits next to you.
I then decided it was time to take it to a higher level. I wrote another letter and taped it to your door, rang the doorbell and ran away before someone even answered.
The next day after that, I was reading my book Where The Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein, to be exact- outside of the school by a tree and you came up.
"I got your letter," you said. "And I was hoping we could talk."
I looked up. "When a guy says that to a girl it normally means that something you're going to say is not the best news to be heard."
You came down and sat next to me. "Well I
Mad WorldThe sky that was once blue with white clouds was now orange with thick gray clouds of smoke. The city was now destroyed and barren and absolutely horrific to look at. But then again, that was how the entire world looked.
Marcus stared at his reflection in a puddle and as a drop of rain fell, he noticed a chunk of what he thought was rubble in front of him. He turned it on its side and saw that it was a face from a piece of a statue.
Suddenly the ground began to shake, and he looked behind him and saw the ground being churned up and heading for his direction. He didn't even have to think to know what it was.
Marcus got up and began to ran, leaving the piece of the statue to fall into the earth as the rain began to fall.
He didn't know how long he was running, but it was now dark. He passed by an old building with a long glass window. The glass was cracked and had holes in it, and he ignored the Locus that saw him running by.
He kept running when he saw two bigger Locus's co
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