don't touch me.... (BENXJEFF)I just want to be left alone. Why can’t anyone see that? I haven’t said a word in weeks, I painted my door to say “LEAVE ME THE F*** ALONE!!!” and yet someone knocks on my door. Probably Jack coming to give me my medication to help me sleep. In case you don’t know who I am or why I don’t want to be bothered I’ll explain. Im BEN DROWNED and I’m broken emotional wreck. Started when I was four. My dad wanted a girl, but he got me instead. He packed up and left but before he walked out on me and mom he turned to me and said ”you’re the reason I’m leaving Benjamin, you’re the reason” of corce when you say crap like that to a 4 year old boy, they loss all trust in their life. Mom, being such a nice woman, got me a Nintendo 64 when I was 6. Spent the rest of my life playing it. I was about 12 when I drowned. Of coerce everyone knows that story.don't touch me.... (BENXJEFF)2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
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Chapter 4: WHAT? BARRELS? FAKE BROS?
"Pick me up,
hose me down,
I'm sorry boys about the dirty night clowns,
Earth does break the things that we make,
Like a model planes and cuppy cakes"~ Dirty Night Clowns~ Chris Garneau
However two voices rang out.
I stared up at the blonde hair girl; her soft green eyes stared down at me. She wore her normal school uniform that was a blue blazer; school white t-shirt, black trousers with the traditional black shoes. Her hand clutch my black t-shirt pulling me on my feet, she looked around in fear of the group who was still on the floor stunned by the sudden event.
"L-let run!" she cried as she dragged me out the door by the shirt, "W-wait!, Lucy! They're my..."I started as we turned a corner of the place, "friends..." I whispered as saw blood scatter across the floor, crying of people could be heard, louder then call of