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The Pool Flashing red and blue dominated the room Video games were all he could see nothing could tear him away Engulfed in sounds of race cars and yelling fans he sat there clueless No noise penetrated his ears Fingers ran across controls at light speed his mind focused completely on the game The sun rose leaving a glare on the television screen Images of the crashing cars hid behind white light and frustrated by the forces beyond his control he sat back waiting to lose Bored he wandered to the window Mom Mom Sis fell he yelled his face pressed against the glass even harder than his fingers against the controls moments before Condensation appeared on the window and the little green eyes continued to look onto the scene helpless Mom hurry She cant swim Tears crawled down his cheek as he waited Seconds took hours Fans continued to roar in the background but now he shut them out of his mind He watched his baby sister sinking His mother jumped into the pool Water shot into the sky only to come down moments later littering the concrete He watched her swim to the depths of the pool with each stroke her biceps tense He mom was brave He looked into the kitchen There sat his dad He wondered why he hadnt jumped in along with mom but his throat prevented all speech Screams gathered deep in his belly but nothing came out Anger left him as tears and deep breaths but confusion swelled inside He stared into his dilated eyes and questioned his life He wanted nothing more than to be at the bottom with his sister to hold her in her final moments Something smashed and he turned to see his mother carrying a lifeless child He ran with incredible speed Call 911 Call 911 she yelled Dad call 911 he said Seeing no movement from his father he grabbed the
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