Chapter 5 “Help…!” My head feels light. I’m running up to the camp and I’ve run so fast from the docks that I buckle over when I get to the camp. My plain white t-shirt is dripping. I’m not sure if my shirt is dripping
Chapter 4 My best friend, a girl, has just told me that she had a crush on me. “I should go use radiophone,” I state, “Tell my mother about me fainting…” “You don’t need to say anything to me…just don’t get pulled into that Omari
Chapter 3 Run! Don’t look back. I feel the hands reaching out for me. I’m running. My feet hit leaves underneath me letting out this loud CRKK CRKKK sound that sounds so different from any leaves I’ve ever imagined. It sounds like death
Chapter 2 “Welcome to Camp Crystal Lake…” I state, “Nice to see you again man…” I walk up to Omari as we arrive. It takes me all the strength I can to muster walking up to him. I’m beyond shy and he hasn’t
Queer Fear, Chapter 1 “Hey, Alimah..” “Hey! Thank God, you answered. James are you home?” “Of course I’m home…it’s the middle of the night and I told you my parents were out of town. Where else would I be?” “James, I’m going to
Chapter 15 I knock on the door a few times. It’s in the hood but I respect the hustle. The person whose house I’m visiting right now is none other than AK. When he comes to the door I just feel this anxiety
Author : Ashley Valladares Tasty? My dear you are sweet, I yearn to taste all of you. Just a to selfishly have you drippping all over me. She is my sweet tooth, My candy. Sour patch when shes feeling kinky. Nothing is off limits,
Chapter 14 I am standing realizing that everything that has ever been told to me was a lie. I look at my mother who has this face on that I don’t understand. It’s as though she feels good at this moment with her lies.
Chapter 13 I’m watching from the living room and that’s where I see Sean and Eva sitting with my mother. Sean is off to the side. He doesn’t talk to my mother or try to get close. It’s strange to see her back
Chapter 12 “I’m convinced we are cursed,” I finally said, “Remember how Ma left? Remember what she said when she left?” I am talking to Jamila and Joshua at that moment. We’re standing outside. There are swarms of other people out there as well.