A/N This is probably my last post for awhile. I just wanted to post a story that ive been thinking about for a long time. Enjoy! :>
I slumped down into my seat on a monday morning.
Nothing worse than listening to a lecture for two hours.
Suddenly, the ground started to shake.
The line cut off and my computer shut down.
"Mia!" my mother called.
I dropped down under my desk and held on. "Mom!" I yelled.
She didn't respond.
The earthquake was huge.
I thought it was at least a 9.2 magnitude.
Pieces of the roof fell onto my bed. And my computer fell down and broke.
Finely, everything stopped.
It was so quiet, all I heard was my heart beating.
I slowly got up and glanced around.
"Mom?" I yelled.
"Mia..." a faint voice says.
"Mom!" I ran around the house, looking around for my mother, finally, I found her.
I gasped. "Mom!"
She was laying on the ground, with a piece of glass in her stomach.
"Mom!" Tears ran down my cheeks.
"Very...very big...ts-tsunami...coming...find help...leave me...get to high ground..."
Mom's eyes went to the back of her head.
I brought a white blanket from the closet and placed it on top of her. On a piece of paper, I wrote, 'Love you, Mom. R.I.P'
I grabbed my mom's first-aid kit and some cookies and stuffed it into my backpack.
I ran out of the house. The neighbors were out on there yards. They were on the phones, trying to get a signal. Some were injured and some were dead.
I ran at least a mile.
I saw the oceans rising.
And started running back to the house.
"Are you crazy?" a neighbor said. "A tsunami is coming! Why are you going back north!?"
I ignored the person and ran into the house.
I went into my room and grabbed my favorite stuffed animal.
I layed next to my mom and hugged my stuffed animal.
I looked around and saw the tsunami washing away the neighborhood.
Tears ran down my cheeks again. I held my breath and said: