Broken Vinyls

She was on a bench, he was going for a walk.
She had show him the sun, he had shown her compassion
They gave each other friendship.
When Adam and Layne met they were polar opposites, but after finding Adam's old vinyls in the basement, they discover that they share a love for music, and a little bit of damage.


4. Adam

It's almost two A.M.
Why am I still awake?

I keep thinking about that girl. I feel guilty for leaving her there, she didn't look too much older than me. She's probably gone by now.

I get up and put on my coat; if I don't go and see if that girl is okay, I'm just going to end up staying awake for what is left of the night.

As I step out of the door I begin to regret not wearing more layers, but I shouldn't have to bear it for longer than a few minutes.

Once I start to get closer to the bench, the train goes by and makes makes another breeze to worry about. I forgot it usually came through around this time. I've lived in this town whole life and I never actually questioned where it comes from or goes to. I guess it didn't concern me because it didn't have to. Pretty sure that it's one of those coal trains, or a train that carries potential revenue. Something along those lines- tracks. I know it has empty boxcars that folks jump on and off of, you know, free travel and all ; no doubt in my mind that it isn't the safest.

When I finally get to the bench the girl is still there. It dissapoints me because even though I'm not, I feel like I'm obligated to give her shelter or something. I stare at her face for a while, under the street light she looks pale. For fear that she might turn blue and that my toes would freeze, I decide I'd carry her back to my house. I know she isn't dead, I can still see her breath. She still has a chance at avoiding pneumonia or hypothermia. She can stay for the night and leave when she wakes up

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