Keeping My Distance

Lalvia Monroe is a girl that has been badly bullied by some people at school, she self-harms and cry's her self to sleep every night. She has also, been getting weird dreams and visions by her grandmother that has passed away five years ago. She has been getting warnings by her grandmother that she needs to leave but, when a new man enters her life… she's not so sure she wants to leave.


6. The dream

                                                  Lalvia's POV.

I was staring at  Grammie with a blank look. "Leave!" She screamed.

              "I can't. I don't know why but, I just can't Grammie," I replied.

                She nodded biting her lip. "You do know why Lalvia, you are falling in love, Lalvia. You need to fall out of love before it's to late," She stated. Suddenly a clock appeared on the left side of the dark room. She glanced over. "The clock is ticking." 

              She disappeared and I suddenly felt confused.



I woke up screaming with a blood curling scream. Im scared cause, I don't know why I keep having dreams about my grandmother. 

             Conner ran in my room wiping my tears. I didn't even notice I was crying and I don't even remember coming  home last night. I'm that confused its not even funny. He just held me, rocking me back and forth. "Shh, everything is going to be ok," he whispered.

            "Please…don't leave me," I spoke without thinking. 

             He looked at me shocked but, soon recovered. "Never."

             He kissed my head and suddenly a electrical current went through my whole body.

             He smiled at me with pity. "I think I found your dad last night."

             "What?! And you didn't wake me up?! Where is he?!" 

             "Relax, I didn't exactly find him. I found this old cabin not so far away and I don't know, I just have a feeling that's where they are and plus you were a sleep I didn't want to wake you," He said finally standing up walking to the window.

             "So. Just because, you have a feeling doesn't mean they're really there," I stated.

             "I seen a car parked there and its old. Lalvia, I think he got kidnapped."
              I stood there shocked.
              "You got school today," he stated changing the subject.

              "I can skip today to go find dad." That is practically what I would rather do then having to face those kids. I don't know if I'm being selfish but, I just can't face them.

              He stared at me for a moment. "No, your not going to miss school."

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