'IB' - Chapter Thirteen
Morning came early for the traumatized boy, his alarm blaring loudly in his ear that morning. It was another school day, but would he dare even risk it? The answer was an obvious no as he slammed the top of his blaring alarm with a tight fist, then covered himself back in his blankets. After lying there for several minutes to think over his situation, he considered that maybe some human interaction would help clear his mind... Maybe someone would finally talk to him.
That was a shot in the dark though when it was really considered. What would make today any different from the others to the point someone would speak to him? Especially now that word was getting around that Dib was falling deeper into a psychosis that left him dangerous to others.
He made his final decision to skip again today. In fact, he was even considering the possibility of not going anymore all together. It wasn’t doing him any good anyway and with his current being; he was in no mood for peop
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You silently gazed out your bedside window, watching as the soft and delicate flakes of snow drifted down from the calm and peaceful sky outside. You subconsciously brush a lock of you (Hair Color) out of your eyes and let out a rather soft sigh before turning your gaze towards the sky above the white coated streets and yards. As you did so, you could see the silvery glow of the full moon beginning to peek out from behind the dark clouds. The moon's light then proceeded to soak everything with its soft and almost tranquil glow, making the blankets of white glitter and gleam like thousands upon billions of tiny stars. As you gazed out, you let out another sigh. It has been winter for a few months now and it almost seemed like winter may never end. You just had enough of it... The snow, even with how beautiful it may look out in the now moonlit night, it was cold and wet if it were to get all over your clothes and soak you to the bone.
You sat and thought of how you