The Suicide Note

It was all a lie..




I sat there by the tree. Scarlett was still circling it but I had zoned out. This is all starting to link up. The memory, the letters, the suicide note. The dripping noise. They were all memories. Painful memories of the past, which I had forgotten.

“No,” I said under my breath. I repeated myself over and over, getting louder. Scarlett stopped circling the trees. She sat down in front of me.

“Do you understand now?” She asked me, her eyes told me she was frightened.

“G-get away from me!” I ran through the trees, crying. I couldn’t control myself. This couldn’t be true, could it? I crashed into the back door and found myself right in front of Jeffrey.

“What’s the matter Niamph?” He asked, looking very concerned.

“Nothing,” I said a bit too quickly.

“Are you sure?”

“Well…” I took out the letters from my bag. Once he saw them, he was shocked.

“Where on earth did you find these?!” He asked me, he sat down on a chair, with tears in his eyes. “I’m going to get your parents!”

I looked confused to why he was so upset. They were just a bunch of letters. What’s happening? I walked through to the dining hall and sat down calmly, trying to remember what had just happened. I heard the back door slam again, and a breathless voice.

“Where is she?” A panicked voice said. It was Scarlett. “I’m sorry, I didn’t know she would figure it out!” She cried. What was she doing here?

“Scarlett, why did you tell her?” Jeffrey told her off angrily.

“I didn’t, I only gave her clues, I promise!”

“You know you weren’t supposed to mention it at all! I am disappointed in you, young lady.”

“I’m sorry. I just wanted my sister back,” She huffed, it was almost a whisper. I knew I shouldn’t have been eavesdropping, and I wished I hadn’t.

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