Olivia's Return (Second Part)





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_wordaddict_ “The day the music died.”
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I didn't even attempt to rise, just curled into a ball and begged any known higher power for this day to be only a dreadful dream of my worst fears.
But... nothing. I had nothing.
Because my mother was dead.
And it was all my fault.

(Part 2! Part 1 is linked below...)

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Olivia's Return (Second Part)

I took a trembling breath and pushed the door open, wincing at its screeching and creaking.

Such a loud sound in a silent space.

And...

There she was.

Lying in bed with her eyelids partly closed. Despite her pale complexion, my mother still looked like a sleeping angel in her flowing bone-white dress.

Her dark hair surrounded her head, looking almost as if it was swallowing her small young face. I took a tentative step forward, feeling tears form again. My mother still hadn't moved.

I took a couple more steps closer and reached out a shaking hand, touching her cold skin gingerly.

"Mama?" A scared and small voice came from between my lips. "Y-You were right. Im-Im sowry for being mean."

No answer.

"M-Mama?" My voice began to break and my tiny body started to shake violently. "Im-Im sowry!"

The room kept its persistent silence. It felt as if the world had a deep anger for me and my unforgivable sin. I started to scream at her. "MAMA! WAKE UP! PLEASE IM SOWRY!"

I grabbed her by the shoulders, shaking her roughly and praying she would wake. Then I noticed the blue in her lips.

The stillness of her chest.

I stumbled back, tripping and landing on the freezing floor with limbs splayed.

I didn't even attempt to rise, just curled into a ball and begged any known higher power for this day to be only a dreadful dream of my worst fears. But... nothing. I had nothing.

Because my mother was dead. And it was all my fault.

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