Scarlett: a Novel- PrologueScarlett: a Novel- Prologue
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Explosions went off in the distance, pelting the hospital with shattered glass and rubble. Bricks smashed through the windows, knocking yet another doctor into a deathly unconsciousness. She was the third in the room to be hit, including Raymond MacPherson, the father of the baby being born at the moment.
Dana MacPherson, the man's wife, shrieked loudly as another body hit the floor. Only two remained in the hospital; a small, blacked haired midwife and Dana, pushing and heaving, the baby's head only starting to crown. Her blood curdling scream filled the room as she gave a heavy push and loud cries filled the room. The baby was finally out in the world; the cruel world that was disappearing as they knew it. The midwife held it, her, for a second, showing her to Dana. The exhausted woman smiled, sighing "Scarlett" before passing out due to her efforts of the day. The midwife had just enough time to slip a bracelet on the baby, Scarlett MacPherson written on it in her chicken-s
My OutletBlaine trusted Kurt. It was odd, knowing someone for such a short time but still having this feeling of utter conviction towards them. All his life, he had never had someone he had felt this way for. My Outletin Writing
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It was hot, but spring was only beginning. Ohio was known for its varying weather conditions (Kurt had called it 'bipolar', making Blaine cringe inwardly). The sun was beating down on the outside of Dalton Academy. The students were out talking, running, reading; anything to get out of the confinement of the old, musty building. Blaine and Kurt sat across from each other on one of the outdoor benches, working on their latest Chemistry lab. Kurt had his uniform sleeves rolled up to his elbows while Blaine was probably the only one in the full ensemble.
"Can we take a break?" Kurt asked, blinking against the sun that hit his face perfect, lighting up his gorgeous eyes. Blaine smiled lightly and nodded, closing his book and setting it beside them.
"Thank you, I think I was mumblin