50 Ways To Say Goodbye

As a child, Madison had always been happy. She loved her mom as if she was her whole world, and suddenly she's passed away and her friends abandoned her.

Left alone, Madison runs her own life, under her rules. Slowly she begins to ruin herself, but can someone change that?


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I pulled up to Madison's house and got out of my car, walking to the front door. I rang the doorbell and Miranda answered.

She whispered "She's still asleep."

"How was she last night?" I asked as I walked in.

Blake answered me. "She seemed happy. And normal."

I smiled successfully and walked to her room. Her bed was made and there was a single piece of paper on it. Confused, I walked to her bed and picked up the paper.

I sat on the bed and and blankly stared at the paper, having read it five times already.

I felt myself getting angry. I wanted to hit something or yell and scream.

I stopped out of her room and slammed the note onto the counter, startling the couple and their son. I looked around at all of them and then ran outside.

I kicked my tire and yelled. Getting in my car, I sped away.

Going 100 on the highway sure felt amazing, but I didn't feel better.

I couldn't understand, let alone explain, why I was so angry. I just felt a connection to Madison. She was my opposite. She was beautiful. She was finally starting to warm up to me and she pulls this crap!

Suddenly, I thought of a place to go that she would be. Stomping on the breaks and doing a U Turn, smoke formed behind my car and dust flew. Racing there, I prayed to God I would be right about this. If I wasn't, I was out of hope.

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