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Okay.. Here's my story... NOTE: This story is a work of fiction.
Bess by violet77
It was a brisk winter day in December when I was walking home from school. The wind was hurling shrieks of loud whistles and I covered my ears to stop it. I past my best friend's house, Bess, when the door opened and her mother motioned for me to come in. My nose was red and I was releived to be inside. Bess wasn't at school today, so I wondered what was wrong. It was alot worse than I excpected. Bess was laying on the couch, tears streaming down her face. The tv was on, blaring her favorite tv show, Fairly Oddparents. She was as pale as a ghost. When our eyes met, I instantly walked towards her. Bess' mother rushed in front of me. "She is very weak, honey, don't go to close." I was appualed. Bess' mother always wanted us to interact, but this time she froze up and didn't want me to even breathe Bess' air. "Does she have the flu?" I asked. "We don't know." Bess' mother said. "I have to go, feel better soon." I said and silently walked out. I kept thinking to myself the whole way home, It wasn't the flu, it wasn't the flu, but something way, way worse. When I got home that evening, I didn't say a word. I was just sad, and I had a gut feeling that it wasn't just a cold or a flu, or something like that. Then that thought came up again-- it was something way, way worse.
For the next month, there was no Bess, no jokes, and no call from her mother. I was starting to get seriously worried when I saw a strange car coming down our street. "Mom, what is that car here for?" I asked. It was now mid January, and I had wondered and wondered what happened to Bess, if she had gotten better or worse, sicker or healthier, or if, if she had passed away. "It's a funeral car, honey. Didn't I tell you? Here, read this." Mom fumbled with a pile of papers until she clutched a light pink envelope addressed to our family. I took the letter and sat on the windowsill. I pulled out an ivory peice of stationary. Inside it said,
Dear Friends and Family,
A dear family member has passed away. Bess, born on July, 23rd, 1995 was a beatiful child and had an amazing personality. God has chosen for her to be with him. A private funeral will be held in January for her. We-
As soon as I got this far, I was crying and sobbing, and constantly rubbing my eyes. I sobbed. She's gone. Forever. I will never see her cheery smile again, or hear her voice crack a joke. She was my one and only friend. I couldn't live without her.
That day I will remember forever, because I lost my best friend. Bess.
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