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Hunting Che: How a U.S. Special Forces Team Helped Capture the World's Most Famous Revolutionary

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2014

    Awakem part 2 by sunglow

    I fell to the ground and looked all around me. There was no one. Then i heard someone. "Sunglow?" He asked. I looked behind me. "Nathan? Whyd you push me? And why are you at my house?" I asked. His green eyes and dirty blonde hair glowing in the sun. "Oh..well i didnt see 'you', i saw some girl in all black. And was pale. I guess i was seeing things." He said. "Sorry." "Its okay. You woke me up more. So where did you run off to?" I asked. "Buisness." He said. I didnt say anything else because obviously he wanted it secret. I walked back upstairs and unlocked my door with the house key. "You can come in if you want." I invited him. "I have to go." He said. "Why?" I asked. "Like i said, buisness." He said. He ran off. <p> i went to the bathroom to wash my face. I looked in the mirror and saw a girl pale and black hair. Then flickered back to me...the girl with blonde hair and tan skin....sunglow. i let out a gasp as i saw it. I think i am just paranoid from what nathan said. I washed my face and walked to my bedroom. I hopped in my golden coloured bed with red on the border of the blanket sheets. Before i knew it i was asleep. "You cannot do this to me!" The girl i saw in the mirror was there...she wss the one pleadin for forgivness. Her black eyes and her back skirt and tee shirt. "Please....forgive me!!!!!" She kept on saying. "What you have done is not to ever being forgiven. You killed one of our people. And he was your protector. He bwas the strongest one of us. You will never be forgiven. Now leave. TAKE HER AWAY!" he said of no care of her. "You have disobeyed us and your tribe. You will be out of this world and to he<_>ll by sunrise." He said. "NOOO!!!" She said as they took her away. <p> i woke up in fear. No clue who this girl was. No clue who i had been seeing. PART 3 NEXT RES WHEN I GET 2 LIKES THANKS!

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