A short story by JEFF

Prologue

“It all started with a voice.” Said Louise, when she was sitting in the Police station. “He didn’t mean to hurt anyone.”
“Louise, who is he?” The policeman questioned.
“Someone everyone knows.”
“So who is he?”
“You would know wouldn’t you Officer Hamish.”

Louise looked at the policeman with open eyes when she said her statement earlier. This means she wasn’t lying. But who could believe a 11 year old girl from Bexley with no family or friends? Surely she was lying wasn’t she? Officer Hamish sighed and left the room. Little did he know he was talking to the victim and the prime suspect of this crime. Louise.

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Chapter 1-A normal day

Louise was a 11 year old girl from Bexley. She had no friends, no family and no life.  She went to Bexley Green park’s School for girls and hated every second of it. The teachers hated her for acting dumb, the students hated her for being a smarty pants and the class Guinea pig hated her because she killed him on the summer holidays. She was hated by the whole school.

Having no parents to talk to about her life issues because the were in jail; Louise figured that her toy pig, Jessie would be her only friend, parent and teacher. Even if she couldn’t talk Jessie could listen to Louise’s problems.

Today was a normal day. 7 am get up. 7:30 am catch the bus and be bullied. 8 am go to hell. 8:10 am go to hell’s first terror, mathematics. Then to the next and the next. Then at 12:30 go to lunch with people she hated to have the only food in her day which was cold beef stew with mouldy bread. Then try and survive in the loos, make it through another 3 hours of hell then run back to the den in the park Louise called home. Do no homework and go to sleep.

Sounded great right? Louise loved her den, she had it all to herself, or so she thought…

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Chapter 2-coming soon.

Hope you enjoyed,

JEFF 🙂

 

P.S. There is a new video coming out soon when Scarlett is back from her holidays.

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