Absorbers (part 2)

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I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every moment of it :D. Thanks for clicking this you quiz taker person. If you haven't read the first part, or you can't remember what happened because it's been a while, then I suggest you go do that. Thanks for reading :). ~Meg.

Jingle bells don't moo, they quack. SilverNote13: I'm glad that you love it :). And yes I do know when the next part is going to be out: right........ Now :P. Thanks for commenting.

Created by: DaughterOfApollo

  1. Kelly: I've been here for about a month now. I've kept my hair at the same color, shortness, and style. I've also filled my apartment with all of the things that I need such as a bed, food, clothes, and silverware. I still work at the Sun Dragon, and have gotten use to how things work around here. Amanda and Katie (and I guess me too) had a little game to see who would wait which table. We would play rock, paper, scissors and whoever won got to pick who waited which table. "Ha! I win!" Katie triumphantly said, throwing her fist in the air. Amanda and I both picked scissors. "May, you can have that table," Katie pointed to an old couple who have been staring at their menus for a good five minutes, "and Amanda, you can have that table." She pointed to a large table-all filled with guys who were being too loud and obnoxious. "Whoopdi-doo." Amanda sarcastically said, and reluctantly walked over there. "Remember: service with a smile." Katie yelled at her, and I laughed. I walked over to the old couple and asked if they were ready for their drinks. "Just water." The man said. "Sure thing." I smiled and turned my head towards the woman. "I'll have a water with lemon please." She told me. "You guys ready to order? Or do you still need a few minutes?" I asked. "A few minutes." The man replied, and I walked away.
  2. "Breaking news," a news reporter said from the tv, "an elementary school has been sent on fire in Tallahassee." A picture of a school showed. Flames blazed across it, and a section of the school collapsed. "Fire fighters are working as fast as they can to save a child still trapped in the school." My heart stopped as I recognized a picture of Rose. "Oh my god." I said, too stunned to move. "That's horrible." Katie said. "Um, I have to go." I quickly said, taking off my apron, and running for the door. "May!" Katie yelled in protest, but I ignored her, and ran out of the door. I sprinted for a parked car, and jumped off the windshield, flying into the air. I don't know how I knew that I could fly, but I'm glad that I could. I reached the burning school in five minutes. I landed across the street, and ran for the school. "You can't go in there!" A fireman stuck out his arms, blocking me. "Watch me." I said and shoved past him.
  3. I entered the building and instantly became overwhelmed with heat. The fire crackled too loud for me to hear anything, so I followed my instincts. I decided to take the hallway on the right, and jumped over wood chunks that fell from the ceiling. "Rose!" I screamed. "Help!" I faintly heard a voice scream, and I ran towards it. I yanked open a closet door, and found Rose inside. "Kelly?" Rose questioned. "It's me, Rose." I assured her, and she ran up and hugged me. "Why haven't you come back to the house if you're alive?" She asked. "Come on. We need to get out of here." I ignored her question, and focused on the back wall of the closet. The wall exploded, and showed the trees from outside. "Go, Rose! I'm right behind you!" I told her and she sprinted outside. Before I could walk outside, the wall and ceiling collapsed, making me fall to the ground, and just making the debris barely hover over me. The smoke was clouding my head, making it harder for me to concentrate on the things above me. I gritted my teeth, and made the things land away from my body. I miscalculated though, and a large wooden piece fell on my right leg. I screamed in pain, and tried to move it off of me, but it was too heavy, and there was too much smoke in my system for me to move it using my ability. I can't believe that I'm gonna die again, I thought and closed my eyes, but then I felt the weight being lifted off of my leg.
  4. I opened my eyes and saw Skye moving the wood away from me. He looked better. More leaner and muscular, and older. His blonde hair was shorter and more messy. I scrambled to my feet, feeling a sharp pain in my leg. "Go!" He yelled at me, not recognizing who I was. I hobbled away from the pile of debris, and went outside. To my right, I saw Rose standing by someone who was too far away to tell. "Thanks for saving her, we'll make sure you get the care you need," I heard Skye say, my back was towards him. I shook my head in protest, afraid that if I talked, he would figure out who I am. "Well, just to be sure, you should come with me. What's your name?" He asked, which for some reason brought tears to my eyes. "I can't go with you. It's too dangerous." I informed him, nervously tapping my leg with my left hand, and hoping that he didn't recognize my voice.
  5. "Where I live, you won't be in danger if you join us." Skye said, not recognizing my voice, but I was confused by the "join us" part. "What do you mean by that, Skye?" I asked, forgetting to not say his name. "How do you know my name?" He asked, and then I did the only thing I thought I could do to get out of this situation: I started sprinting towards the trees, ignoring the pain in my leg. I heard footsteps following me, and they were gaining on me fast, but not fast enough. I jumped off the side of a tree, propelling myself into the air. However, I seemed to be stuck. "You're not going anywhere until you tell me how you know my name, and who you are." I heard Skye say, and then I was placed on the ground. "You don't wanna know who I am." I told him. "Try me." He said. "Let me go." I said, feeling electricity building up in the palms of my hands. "Not until you tell me who you are." Skye said. "No can do. It'll only put you in danger." I said and then the electricity shot out of my hands, and towards Skye. I had no idea if it hit him or not, but I heard it hit something, so I turned around.
  6. I hit a tree.
  7. "That was a nice shot for not knowing where I was." Skye was looking at the tree that I hit. He turned his head back towards me, and shock swept across his and my face. "Kelly?" He took a step forward. "Why are you a Shade, Skye?" I took a step back when I realized that he was wearing the same clothes as the Shades. "I thought you were dead." He said, ignoring what I just said. "Answer me!" I demanded. "Why not be a Shade?" He asked and I could feel my heart shattering into a million pieces. "Jeez, I don't know. Maybe because they tried to kill us?" I said. "I was stupid to ever refuse my father." He said. "Why?" My voice was strained. "Because of the power. It's actually funny if you think about it. A lot of people think that in order to be powerful, you need to be good and be surrounded by the ones that you love, when in reality it makes you weak. Not having the good part of my soul made me realize that, and nothing is clouded anymore. Everything is so much clearer. I've been in tune with my abilities more, and I don't have to worry about anyone but myself." Skye explained.
  8. "Is that why you came to Rose then?" It was meant to be a rhetorical question, but he still answered. "I didn't come for Rose. I came to find out who you are. You see," he pointed his finger as he began to walk around me in a large circle, "my father had a dream about someone-you-saving Rose from this fire. Of course we had to find out who the blonde haired girl was and try to convince her to come join our side, so he sent me. Good choice too, for I was the person who got you to come to the house." "What happened to you? You were so good. So kind." I said. "Oh, that part of me is still alive. I just choose to not have it attached to my soul." He gave me a little half smile, "and now that I know you're alive, this is great! We can finally win this war."
  9. "The war is bigger than you think," before I knew it, words kept rolling off of my tongue. "There's more than just the Shades and the Psychics. There are other groups, and we're all fighting each other, whether we know it or not. And hardly any of us know about others. Only some of us know: the ones who got out." I wasn't even sure if it was me talking, or if it was another one of my lives, but I knew that it was true. "The ones who got out? Out of what?" He asked, but I shook my head because I knew that I said too much. "I'm sorry, Skye, but you can't know that I'm alive." I said, changing the subject. "What can you possibly do about it?" Skye asked and then I flung out my arm, electricity coming out of it, hitting him in the chest, and knocking him to the ground. Before he could figure out what just happened, I ran to him and kneeled over him. I placed my index fingers on the middle of his forehead, and then moved them to the back of his head. His eyes glossed over for a while, but I knew that they would return to normal in a short time. Before he could regain consciousness, I took off.
  10. Cliffhanger!! Okay, so it wasn't a very good cliffhanger, and I know that it's been a long time since the last chapter, but I have an excuse, and I said what it was in the results. So, please tell me what you thought, and thank you for reading :). Bye ~Meg.

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