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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2014

    Flower's Capture Chapter Six by Violet

    Violet quickly swung her head. Was someone else in this prison? She had heard clinging but she couldn't be sure. Violet couldn't see very well with the darkness but quickly enough, her eyes adjusted. It was Marigold! And next to her was Dahlia! Violet suddenly got excited. All of her friends were here with her! The door to the dank room opened and a blinding light reached Violet's eyes. A woman came in. "Well hello girls," she sweetly said. Violet could immediatly tell that it was fake. Two bulky figures emerged from the door. By what Violet could hear, they had keys! They might be letting her leave! Her hopes were soon crushed as she realized that they were taking Dahlia away. One of the men unlocked Dahlia's chains from the wall, and she immediately started struggling. Unfortunately, they had a strong grip on her arms. She was slung over the other man's shoulder and they carried her away. <br><br> Dahlia was horrified. They were taking her away! Who knows what they had planned for her? Then the snide little sarcastic voice in her head said,"They do, obviously." She wished she could tell herself to shut up, but in her current predicament, that was basically impossible. It was getting quite uncomfortable, laying over this man's back. Finally, they reached the room the men were going for. The man holding her, which she decided to call Bob, threw her into a chair. Quickly, he strapped her down and deemed her unable to move. The other guy, Freddy, pressed a button. Two things entered her neck, on opposite sides. Freddy pressed another button, and if she had her voice, a bloddcurdling scream would have echoed through the building.

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    Posted September 18, 2013

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