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It is true that one can be startled or surprised by an event but at what point does one refer to the word fear I assume it could be used in its cautionary agglomeration as in the trembling of a little girls hands that are clasped tight into a prayer Begging with whispered words she mutters a plea to the evening stars that she might live through the night The closet door reflecting the impingement of a flashlight passing over her eyes shining with pale lachrymose she is stunned still with imaginings of the worst possible case Such trepidation puts pressure on the heart of one so young that is awakened from her turbulent sleep by unusual and concerning sounds She listens vigilantly to what she wishes not to hear a woman raving sirens wailing and the shattering of glass The ominous light that had scanned her younger brothers still room was not what had been initially expected As her bodys senses fight to absorb reality against her adrenaline influenced and creative mind it is observed that the hand holding the light belongs to an officer in search It is concluded by the faint words from his hand-held radio that whoever they had been looking for We havent found him yet The world of unveiled knowledge mutates into nightmares in her wake as she tries to reason the possible candidates for a police officers search The mind molded monster eventually causes her to congregate the idea that whoever is being feverishly searched for must be an individual that could cause immense harm Images of guns enter her mind and instantly following are plans for protecting her brother she considers slinking to the bottom bunk to roll her quiescent sibling to the floor for safety but without the courage to stir her own body her plans diminish It is almost as if complete immobility will somehow magically protect her or her brother from harm that
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