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I Was Sore All Over

by

Kylie Johnston


"GET IN THE CLOSET YOU LITTLE SHIT!" my mum yelled.

"YOU THINK ABOUT WHAT YOUíVE DONE" she says as she shoves me in.

After she locks the door I see no light there is only darkness and I feel like Iíve seen this place so many times before. My body is sore all over, I feel watery stuff running down my thighs, and a strong stench comes from it. I pissed my pants because I am so scared. Mum just gave me the bash, it hurts so much.

I hate my mum I wish she died instead of dad, whyíd you have to die? I hate you too dad just leave me here with mum Its all my fault if I didnít want you to come with me youíd still be alive then I wouldnít be sitting here in the dark in pain and hungerness. Sometimes I feel like killing myself just to be with you dad, my life is nothing, but I am too scared. It feels like hours have passed and I drift off to sleep but I am woken by a sudden noise.

I hear people walking past the closet but no one opens the door I yell but nothings coming out. I feel a tear run down my face, I want to get out but I canít. I want my dad so much right now, I miss how he use to hug me when I cried, and the way he use to brush my hair, the way he smelt and the way he tucked me into bed. I have none of that now all I have are bruises from mum after she gives me the bash. My body is still sore; I canít feel my legs, I donít know if theyíre there.

I wake up and I try to open the door, I find that itís unlocked. I go to stand up but fall over; Iíve got cramp in my legs from sitting down so long. I can hear someone walking behind me I turn around and see itís my mum I hear her yell "who the hell told you, you can get out?" I start to run, I donít know where Iím going, I turn around to find sheís not even chasing me, itís like she doesnít even care, like she wants me to run away. I feel so unwanted, i run in front of a car and all i see is darkness

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