Sweet Betrayal (Part 2, page 1 of 8)


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Part 2

She wore a red gown, which swayed beneath her feet softly as she walked into the garden, it was filled with roses of different colors. Roses were her favorite, she remembered her mother gently placing it on her forehead She took out a yellow rose, its petals soft and velvety. “Oww!” she shrieked as she pulled out the thorn, dripping a little blood. She wiped it off and walked further, she could smell freshly dug earth, she ran faster, her sandals clicking beneath her.

She fell into the ditch, without realizing. She saw that she had fallen into a grave. She heard someone, “help!” she screamed. But instead, she felt mud falling on her head. Someone was burying her alive, there was a cackle of laughter. She screamed and screamed until she was almost covered in mud.

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