Pray. Cry tears for those who’ve fallen
I'm in the emergency room right now
Perched on a rock as still as a statue
"Kai," she yelled as she caught sight of him and his long dark brown, wavy hair and bright smile. She ran towards him, her tears glistening her face. Joy, relief, content, and sadness ran through her veins. She could see no one else as he outstretched his arms awaiting her touch. But something seemed wrong as she approached him, getting closer and closer. His eyes were coal black and churning with emotion she didn't quite recognize on him. His arms looked more threatening than embracing. Was it all her imagination? He looked dark and filled with twisted evil. His lips, no longer a loving smile, showed a snarled, evil, smirk. She was now standing face to face with him. This isn’t Kai, she thought. Her heart beat faster as she tried to take a step back. But he already had a tight grip on her forearm. His touch felt like ice. She shivered as she felt the pulse of evil shudder through her body. His cold hands wrapped around her neck. She felt her lungs contract as she tried to breathe. She tried yelling for help but couldn’t find enough air to make words. Why isn’t anyone helping me?! Someone help! Can’t you see me? Why can’t you see me, she thought wildly. She could see the tourists and city people walking past in her peripheral vision. She saw the taxi screech to a halt before it could hit the pedestrian. She saw the lights change from green to red. Why couldn’t anyone else see her? She felt herself slipping. Slipping into a dark instated trance. She had no strength in her. No one would save her. Here stood the love of her life, her best friend, strangling her to death. His twisted, evil smile and coal black eyes would be the last thing she ever saw. Burned into her eternal memory. At last, she struggled to breathe out her last breath and closed her eyes. This is it, she thought, I forgive you Kai. I love you... and she sank into an eternal, dark oblivion.