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Rated: E · Other · Emotional · #1964027
What's the most awful thing the person you love the most could possibly do to you?
The pledge spread across the nation, thousands of men, women and children died that year. Depression and hopelessness crushed the hearts of many that have lost their loved ones but the pledge wasn't the only thing that was killing thousands. Sargent federal Kinesh a father to a young daughter was the leader at time, he was a loving father and had encounter the death of his wife to the pledge.

         “I want you to think of the person you love the most in the whole entire world, now I want you to think of the most awful thing a person could ever do.”

Silence filled throughout the people that gathered around.

         ”Now put both things together and think of your loved one doing that awful thing to you, and how you would feel as that person was doing it to you.”

My father was such a gentle human being, that cared for his family and the people of the nation. He was never feared and many thought of him as there brother. But this was all before the pledge and the death of his wife. They were killed by the thousands with symptoms that could never be explained, it happened out of now where. The bodies pilled up in the center square of the village ready to be burned in hopes of discarding the pledge but even after the bodies were burnt into ashes it still continued to kill. Like a silent enemy creeping up on you when you least expect it and slitting your throat. After the death of my mother my father went completely crazy, he kept repeating the same phrase to myself.

         "The birds lay heavy stones in my heart, as her picture slowly fades."
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