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New Earth (Log 11)Before I closed the door on Jakob, I said something that I might regret in the near future.
"You'd lied to me."
And the last thing I see is his shock face as I closed the door all the way.
I only hope that the words burn through his mind in a way to teach him a lesson, well in my way I thought that see fit.
He has only known me for a short time, and yet thinks its ok to protect me from things that "goes bump in the night" as an old saying went.
"We're a team, but there should be no secrets between partners."
I said quietly to myself.
New Earth (Log 10)I didn't know what to do or say, I just told them both to get well and I left before things got too much for me again.
With the hallways to dark, it's hard to walk to my room. I fully stop to hear some weird hissing coming down another hallway I passed.
At first I thought it was nothing until it got louder to the point I ran.
I had no idea where but as long as its far away from whatever that was from me, that's ok with me.
I soon find myself running down a pathway with a large window that shows a large portion of outer space as the ship glides through it.
The light from the stars gave off enough rays so I could see if anything fallowed me.
I breathed a little easer and started back to my room, but I was stopped.
I look up to meet the glaring but yet caring eyes of my partner Jakob.
You think this guy was trying to be like a father to me or something of the many times he had to remind me to do.
"What the hell are you up to, Rookie?"
New Earth (Log 9)With the sun so far away there's no knowing what the time was now, but by how the hallways were; it is curfew.
I took the chance to leave my room to head down to the infirmary.
I had to see for myself how the others were, Warner told me, he would say anything not to make me worry.
The echoes of my steps stop as I find myself in front of the infirmary's door, taking a soft breath before going in.
My eyes are wide in shock to see what's in front of me, and miner wounds my ass.
I'm just shock that they're alive at all.
They both look like they were burned to rip apart from limb by limb.
What happened to them?
I must have said out loud because Palmer answers me, his voice, weak but strong enough to get out a few words to me.
A tear slid down my cheek as I heard the words not from a jerk but a partner.
New Earth (Log 8)"Shit . . . " Pain.
Harsh botheration anguish going through my body from head to my feet.
I don't remember what happened of how I got here.
I could see the bright lights through my eyelids, and a faint beep heard from the distance.
My heart? I'm still alive.
Even though my head hurt too much to think but I starting to remember what happened.
Matthew and Palmer, with that I jump up right but stop half way by a large, heavy hands on my banded shoulders.
I look to see Warner, I couldn't tell if he might be pissed off or happy.
It's hard to tell with him.
"Glad to see you up, you've been out for days."
But on a good point Matthew and Palmer were going to be ok, miner wounds.
Yet being saved from 'the lucky outsider' might have killed their egos a bit knowing those two.
LatreuophobiaI wash off sick-sweet orange lipstick in front of a mirror as dusty as gothic romances. It tastes like oblivion, that is to say, like nothing my tongue can detect.
The door opens with a creak no private restroom could emulate. Some chick with blue bobbed hair and smeared eyeliner. I looked like that once. Ten years ago.
Getting the beer out of my hair is harder. Some men just can't take it when I'd rather they not kiss my feet or call me an angel or-
“Dayum girl, you look like a goddess.”
I gulp, taste of acid.
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