Never Say What I Feel chpt. 1The whole group jumped over the river but Ben. he stood at the edge of the muddy, rushing water. Kenny reached his hand out and told Ben to jump already. Ben shook his head, "No. I- I don't think I'll make it." Ben hesitated. Kenny rolled his eyes and jumped to Ben's side of the river. Kenny pushed Ben expecting the boy to jump. he didn't. Ben fell into the rushing water. Kenny looked over at the rest of the group. "Kenny?!" Lee shouted over. Kenny ran down the edge of the river and caught up to Ben. Kenny reaches out and grabs the drowning boy's hand. Ben's unconscious body was pulled to surface. Kenny pushed on the boy's chest and Ben spit out water, muddy water. Ben looked up at Kenny as the rest of the group arrived. Ben weakly sat up and looked at Kenny,"T-th-thanks." the boy was cold and wet. Kenny looked at the group that was looking at him a bit strangely,"Look I'm sorry okay! I expected him to jump." Kenny said, putting his hands in his pockets. Ben nuzzled closer to Kenny KenMore Like This
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The world you were living in was beautiful. All the places had their own, specific kind of beauty. It didn’t matter if it was a big dark city or high, colourful mountains. Every place has its own palette of colours. The place that you were currently in was painted was in the warm side of that palette. Oranges, yellows and reds- all shades of them. You thought that things that were painted in them were the most beautiful and breathtaking- until you started to hate everything that was red. That colour stopped to be warm. No, it was a cold, depressing colour. It took away everything you loved and cared for.
In the world that was filled with red you had to learn how to endure its presence. It was hard for you. Every death make your heart broke into a little pieces- mostly when you couldn’t stop it from happening. After days of looking for something that would ease your pain you finally found it in the colour that you always found pretty.
Orange- the colour of hope.