She didn’t have to ridicule me like that. There was no need, right? Couldn’t she just have left me alone? Was I really that fun to torment? Had I done anything to insult her?
She’s an idiot!
My eyes are burning as the wind presses against my face. I stumble a bit as my feet traverses the rugged and uncertain ground. I pass an elderly woman with her dog, she just looks at me with a dumbfounded look.
She’s an idiot!
I hadn’t done anything of what she said, I would never betray him for anyone. There was no one else for me to love. He loved me, I loved him. That’s how simple it was.
He’s an idiot!
Why did he believe her? Had he more trust for her than for me? Doesn’t he know I would never do anything like that? Was she to be trusted more because she had money? Because she was the daughter of a rich family? Because she always wore the newest clothes and the most expensive makeup?
Why didn’t I have those things? Why didn’t I have parents that earned more money than what is required for them to pay their bills? Why couldn’t I get to wear fancy clothes and look pretty in fancy makeup?
I turn away from the road and venture on into the forest. I wanted to get away from everything. Branches are whipping my face and scratching my legs, but I don’t care. I just want to get away from people, from liars.
They’re all idiots!
A small river poured in between the trees, its clear fresh water giving nourishment to the vegetation. I sit down beside it, dipping my feet and letting my salty tears blend with the freshwater. I hear some purring and see a black cat walking towards me. It’s probably gotten lost and is trying to find its way back to the town.
It’s an idiot.
I scratch the cat lightly on the head whilst I look down into the water. Why didn’t I say anything? Why didn’t I protest when she lied about me? Why did I just let her? I should have protested, done something. Not just have letten her run over me like that.
I’m an idiot.