A guy chasing me in the woods, running as fast as I could.
Me crying in terror as my mascara is drooping down my skin. I could feel my heart racing inside of me as I was running. I was so dumb enough to not call the police, or anyone. I just ran. But finally he caught me. I cried like crazy and tried yelling and made an idea of kicking him right in the spot. But, I was tied up. Nobody could save me now. He dragged me in his car full of junk and I had saw another teenager like me. She was crying also and we both heard the man yelling, "Quiet!" It was along drive to the point where we got tired of crying and kicking. I knew that we weren´t in Louisiana anymore so he wouldn´t get caught. But, I knew that my parents would be aware of how late it was and that I was missing. Unfortunately, they would be crying and putting signs up and talking to people like crazy. My mother would have insomnia which means she would fell so depressed to the point where she could not sleep through the night. Just missing me....
The man pulled both of us in his house and down in the basement.
He told us that he would be right back and he locked the door. But I had a feeling that he wouldn´t return till morning. With us nothing to eat. The girl and I had a rope tied to our mouth unable to speak. One of my hands were free and I grabbed the rope and let her mouth go free and she did the same to mine. She didn´t speak, then she let out a cry. I hugged her and I could fell her spirit racing into mine and connecting as it went. "Were gonna be stuck down here forever", she breathed. "No. Were gonna figure out something." A tear came down my eyes and also hers.
A few hours later she had went peacefully asleep.
I was worrying about my parents and siblings of how they would react. My mother would go crazy and my dad would be feeling her back for her to stay calm. I would miss my friends, and everything. I tried calling on my cell but there was no service. Sometimes, I wish that I could have ran faster. Or sometimes, I wish that I could have stayed home before. Oh how I´m wondering these things. But there´s no going back.