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What We WereBack when I was you, we used to be good people. We smiled at strangers, lent a shoulder to cry on, gave advice, gave hugs and enjoyed life. Good people anyone could depend on. We weren't too naïve. We knew horrors happened and people died from diseases and starvation. But we told ourselves, we would help those in need. We never thought those people would be our loved ones.Now we know how hate is grown and bred. The atrocities that we witnessed while our neighbors stood by and did nothing, pretending to see nothing, ashamed of our "unfortunate circumstance", killed us.At first, we were in shock. Our innocent mind couldn't-wouldn't grasp the concept of a horror worse than death. When the reality sunk in, the nightmares began. We relived that day every night. Every night in exact detail, never adding or leaving out anything. Hysteria followed and the days of recovery were long and surrounded with blank walls, high windows and an old bed with clean white sheets that we sometimes soi
A NoteA Note.Placed on the refrigerator where she knew he'd see it. A message for him. Simple and honest and a bit too bold for her. But she had to let him know. Had to contact him in one way or another. To tell him how she felt.So there it was. On the refrigerator, where she knew he'd see it.Three words,Written in caps,With a dull point black sharpie.So when he returned home that night after a long tiring mission. He slipped out of his boots and shuffled into the kitchen. He sat on a bar stool and collapsed, upper body sprawled on top of the counter. Inhaled deeply, out slowly. Eyelids fluttered.He tilts his head ever so slightly, eyes landing on the fridge. On the note.Three words,Written in caps,With a dull point black sharpie. His lips twitched. Heart swelled.With new found energy, he stood. Walked away from the kitchen and into the hall on his right. He followed it all the way down to the back left corner. Her room. The door was closed, but not locked. Carefully, quietly,