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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2014

    Flower's Capture Chapter Seven by Violet

    (Originally i was thinking of the next character being named
    Pansy. Thank you for some names. This story is based off of my brother's friend's story. Thanks for reading and character applicatioms are in the next result.) -Author's
    Note* <br><br>
    Violet was worried.
    Dahlia hadn't come back.
    Different questions clamored for her attention.
    'Did they kill her?'
    'Where is she now?'
    'Won't they be doing this to me soon?'
    'What about my parents? What will happen to them?'
    Violet couln't halt this stream of questions, which were beginning to overwhelm her.
    Silently, she began to cry.
    Again the door opened.
    Oh no!
    Were they going to take
    Mari also?
    Her questions were distinguished as a new girl was brought in, and dumped on the stone floor. They shackled her arms and legs to the ground and just left her there.
    Violet was astonished.
    Why were they being such poor hosts?
    That girl was bleeding from her head!
    Mari shook her chains in an attempt to get
    Violet's attention.
    Mari mouthed, "That's my sister!!!"
    Violet was shocked. Why would they want sweet little Fern?
    What's with these guys' obsession in kidnapping girls with flower names? <br><br>
    It wasnt that bad being weightless. She was still shackled to something. But unfortunately, she had no energy but yhe electricity that coursed through her body. An order.
    Again? Why couldn't she get to rest? These people were harsh. She couldn't remember her own name. <br>
    (Can you guess who it is? Don't forget character applications are in the next res! Not here!) -Author's

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