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Crimson
by H. Naj
Friday, May 23, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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I put my hand to my neck as the door slammed shut.

My brain, in shock wondered why my fingers were bright red.

I did not know about arteries.

I did not know about blood loss.

I knew that something was wrong.

You have to go back to your room

Go back to your room

Make sure you’re quiet

Make sure you’re still

She might come back

More bright red

Not as much as mine

Red looking striking on a child’s white nightgown

Where is she?

I don’t know

How is…

I don’t know

I feel faint

Laying on the bed staring at my crib,

That we will leave behind,

I hear the sirens.

 

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