It was midnight when she woke up. It was chilly out there and her body was strangely cold. Weird because it was summer and it had been mercilessly hot. The surrounding wasn't familiar either. How did she reach there? Standing up on her feet, she felt immense pain in her body. She had scratches all over her. Shit! She had told Amanda about someone watching over her. Arghh!!! She shouldn't have. She wanted to run away but where to? She didn't even know where she was. All she saw were shadows. Not one but thousands of them and they were all coming towards her. Panic-stricken she hoped this could be a dream. She must be hallucinating. Right? This couldn't be true. She pinched herself hard in the hope to wake up but it was no dream. She could feel the pinch and the shadows were still there. Welcome to Finale of the short Thriller series : Double Trouble. Hope you guys like it.
It was hard for her to not know who she was. She wanted to be left alone but again there was always this hunch that someone was staring at her. She could see the shadow but couldn't make any sense of it. In her subconscious mind, she knew what it was but was afraid to acknowledge it. She even informed this to her doctor but he had said it was all in her imagination. Like really? How imaginative could one be after memory loss? Things were fine, initially. It was only when she started noticing things when she woke up one morning. It felt like someone had slept beside her. The sheets were all ruffled up. She remembered locking her door before going off to sleep and as a matter of fact who would sleep? Her mother wasn't the kind to invade her privacy. This soon became a routine and she couldn't help but get paranoid over little things now. The presence felt oddly familiar. Taking her medicines would calm her a little but was it going to her in the long run? This is part 1 of the short series and Finale will be up in 2 days from now.Stay Tuned!!!
During the birth of a child in a movie it would show the pregnant lady lying in bed, crying hysterically in pain and suddenly there would be a crying baby beside her. I would be confused but I assumed that was the process. I actually believed the baby would just somehow appear and the tummy would reduce. Simple right? If cupid could make two people fall in love, I was sure he would be able to slide the baby beside too. Right? I didn't really know then how a child was born. (Until I studied biology and that horrified me to bits). My way of analogy was much better. Don't you think so?