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I shoved the door and almost collapsedThe room was dark inside empty I couldnt be bothered closing thedoor so I limped my way to the table at the back of the room Dazed anddisoriented I slumped down on one of the three chairs The soles of myfeet were numb from exhaustion from dodging bullets and sprinting almosta mile in four minutes I let my head hang low and breathed evenlyAt that momentI heard the sound of rain hitting the tin rooftop Witheyes half open I glanced sideways through the open window A brightfull moon peeked through thin sheets of scattered grey clouds above thepine trees The moonlight made the rain glitter as it fell I leaned forward and pressed my cheek to the cold surface of the tableThere was a searing stinging pain on top of my left shoulder I couldnot help wrinkling my nose in such strong pain I dug one bare fingerdeep into the wound I gasped rapidly as I hooked my finger around thebullet and pulled it out from under raw skin earning a sharp intake ofair between clenched teeth And then the warm wetness began to flowfreely I could feel it soaking the arm of my jacket could hear slickdrops of wine red dripping on the wood below But I was too tired tocare about any medicine which should be applied to the bullet wound Ijust wanted to rest And so I didNow I stared at my bright red arm with dull eyes The blood spread downmy arm at an alarming speed pooling rapidly on the floor Pale pinkroses seemed to bloom as the dilute blood rippled in a puddle of redThis scene reminded me of my sister Lydia Now shes dead It all beganwhen the disease arrived five month agoIt was a mysterious airborne disease that broke out five month agoaffecting children and elderly more than anyone else It could havewiped out everyone and it almost did
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