Monday, 13 September 2010
05:32:54 PM (GMT)
Ane sat in her bed in the white room. Her father opened the door to the room and
walked out locking it behind him. Ane's room was completely white with no windows and
a locked door that once closed was hard to locate. Her father was a scientist and had
been testing things on Ane ever since she could remember and had never been out of
this room. Her father had spoken to her once when she asked why she was never let
out. He told her that her mother was sick and once he had found a way to cure her
then Ane would be aloud to come out side. She longed for that day to come soon. She
looked at her hair. It had seemed that today's experiment had made it turn completely
blue. A colour that Ane had never seen and confused her greatly. There was a knock on
the door. Ane lept up in excitment and out of her bed. She walked to the door and
kneeled down. She pressed her ear against the door. "hello?" for weeks this voice had
been talking to her though the door. She had belived that the voice was male. "Hi!"
said the voice cheerfully. Ane was happy that he had turned up. "i thought you
wouldn't come" "ofcource i would why wouldn't I?" They both laughed. The person on
the other side of the door had never told her his name and some times would disappear
with out saying "goodbye".
One day Ane's father entered the room once again. He kneeled down and stoked her
hair. "you've done well..." Ane's face lit up. "can i come out side now?" He didn't
say anything after that he just got up and left the room. In that room where the sun
didn't enter she could see her future glittering ahead of her.
The number of tubes increased day by day. It was starting to get hard to hear sounds.
She hadn't heard from anonomus in weeks. She couldn't walk like she used to.
A few months had passed since then. Ane could no long move at all. She could only
faintly hear the ever slowing down beeps from the heart monitor "if these are my last
moments let me go to where he is..." Ane pleaded to thin air. Ane's eyes closed as
the sound of the faint beeping came to an end.
A flower without sunlight is doomed to die.