Kagome, Kagome

This is a diary story about an area in Japan during WW2. It is a true story of what happened to the children but I'am writing a diary 1st person perspective which is fiction. This story can be found online as a japanesse song: kagome kagome which translates to circle you, circle you. Also if you go on to www.creepypasta.com or google kagome kagome creepypasta you will find this story. This is about a girl named Helita in a Japanesse orphanage....enjoy!


18. I Wish Teiru Would Just Die!


Today was weird; Teiru still wasn’t talking to me most the day. The blonde lady was still gone, but the forest children wanted me to play. But I couldn’t play because every time I tried to leave Teiru grabbed me and told me not to go because they were gonna kill me, and I said that was stupid because they were my friends. So I sat down and drew him, I drew him shadowed and everything he was holding the red hex I had seen, the fumes were entering one eye and coming out the other and then the fumes corrupted around him, like you would see in a magic show or something like that. Teiru was turning normal again; his pinkie finger had turned back to normal, not the rest of him though. I asked him why he wasn’t talking to me, he didn’t answer. I asked him again, no answer. It was like he was a statue or something like that, I didn’t like that. I tried to hit him. But today was different, my hand didn’t slip through him like always...it hit him, like he was a living child but that’s not possible, right? He turned to me and I hit him again, because it looked like it was working. He winced for some reason I hit him again, and again, and again. He started talking “look, Helita there is something I need to tell you something” He said so I stopped hitting him “the care taker is gone because of me” I stared at him blankly, “I didn’t know we had a care taker” I said to him he looked at me all confused “the blonde woman” he said raising an eyebrow. I felt my face get hot, I stretched my arms to strangle him “I’M GONNA KILL YOU!” I shouted out, a few people looked at me confused, the shout must have been loud enough to fill the whole orphanage; I can’t believe she’s gone... I’m not finishing today entry, please go away.

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