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Before The Death of Innocence Th girl walked along through the parking lot careful to step over the broken beer bottles and cigarette stubs Her face was masked by the cover of indifference she was young yet there was no light in her eyes Her life was on the brink of disaster but she didnt let it show everyday she sank deeper into the hole she had buried for herself She reached the dull gray dirty building and looked up at it her black hair fluttering in the wind The building was old and worn down to the side were reminiscences of what once could have said Public Hospital She sighed and pushed back her hair and walked inside Today the girl would see that there was good in the world that everyone had something worth living for A wave of pine disinfectant hit me as soon as I walked in Followed by a strangely clean smell of sickness I hate hospitals Especially this one Ive never been here before this was downtown- a place my friends and me normally avoid There were two beds in the room one was empty and the other hid a frail figure with large blankets This was my punishment my hell My parents arent like normal parents who ground you for doing something wrong no They believe in community service I sighed to myself Just chill out Shay youre only here for two hours This cant be as bad as the Old Peoples home Hi I said from a distance uhm Im the volunteer person Im supposed to talk to you or something There was no answer I stepped closer but the blankets covered everything and I couldnt event tell what gender the person was There was a slight movement and then the blankets were gone He was pale and looked delicate yet there was a certain roughness about him I couldnt quite place it it had
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