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Sneaky PeakTo seperate humankind. To cease cultural diffusion. It will not harm, it will not help humans in any way. It will help us see how we are all too similar.
"Hello kiddies!" Erin joked, her black hair getting in her face as she tiptoed on the roof. "What should do now?"
"Dunno, I get bored." Jake replied. "I know, lets watch the grown ups!"
"Huh, 15 year old kids spying grownups working? Aww, thats boring. Why don't we mess with the messengers?"
Erin and Jake were twins, as most people were in their "Roof-top town". Kids were the ones who stayed on the tops of buildings, seemingly idiotic, immature people, from toddlers to at least 25 years old. Although, it was the kids that protected the adults from messengers. Spies. Liers, that stood out like a sore thumb. In an isolated population, there is no such thing as 'the new kid'.
37BI never understood the concept of death. To think a five year old girl would comprehend it any better would be absurd. How could anyone just be gone? How could B seem to favor it so much?
B stands for, Brendan, Brother, Betrayer. He was a lier, to anyone he didn't know or trust. I was one of the only ones who could tell when he was. Being an empathetic little girl, I could tell all sorts of emotions from the people I was near, especially B. That didn't mean I knew what they meant.
If B would listen to me at least once, I might have saved him a ton of misery, especially if he would believe me about the Monster.
Monster is May, the girl who toyed with B. he was just blinded, Monster was a puppet master. Every time I saw Monster with B, I wanted to push her away. I didn't like her, and I was right about her. All the way to the end. The end of both things. Isn't that one year later?
I was five, B was drowning, he might have died that day, but I found him.
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