|You Belong To Me
Author: bellac611 PM
written this years ago. First actual story. sorry if it's horrible. i thought about reediting it but i dont know yet. Review please! Abby Coleman is kidnapped by an obsessed man. Will she ever be free? Rated T for minor adult situations and languag.Rated: Fiction T - English - Suspense/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 6 - Words: 10,543 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 03-24-13 - Published: 08-11-11 - id: 2942259
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Today is February 8. It has been two years since I had been abducted. You may think that it was a long time ago; but for me, it seems like it only happened yesterday.
I can still picture their faces. The sound of their voices. I recall just about every detail. Things have gotten so bad for me that I still had nightmares often. I woke up screaming and crying.
I am here to tell you exactly what happened those terrifying days. You don't know exactly how someone who had been taken feels, unless if you have been in that situation…but I have been there. My name is Abby, and this is my story.
I was 17 years old and attending the St. Harrison School as a junior. School was very exciting for me. I loved seeing my friends and my teachers. I wouldn't call myself a straight "A" student, but I didn't struggle too much in my classes. I was merely "B" average.
1st semester was over and almost 3rd quarter. The day went by fast. The final bell rang for us to go home. As everyone bolted out the door, people began talking in their own little conversations. The hallway was super crowded. I felt like I was being watched, but then again, I thought that if you're in such a crowded hallway there really isn't much to look at except for other people, so I ignored it.
I pushed and shoved my way outside. I immediately took my cell phone from my purse. No missed calls, no new messages.
I flipped the phone shut and began to walk home. I lived about a mile away from school. I was used to walking this far.
I was in track since the 7th grade. I loved to run.
I made short cuts to get home too, so that I would get there quicker. I walked past the fields and the little lake that I personally liked to call Little Lake, to show off my creativity.
I had finally got to the last short cut. The woods. I had made a path that led me straight through it. It was faster than going around on the highway where all the "Road Hogs" speed ninety to nothing.
I headed into the woods. Trees hovered over me, causing the sun to disappear and leaving me little light. I take this path every day after school, but somehow it felt different today.
All of a sudden, everything was quiet. The leaves on the trees had stopped rustling and the chirping of birds had ceased. I stopped and looked around. I see and heard nothing.
I cautiously began walking again. Out of a tree, a startled bird flew out, causing me to jump. "Argh!" I gasped as it flew away into the air and out of sight. "Dumb bird." I murmured to myself.
I have to get home before mom and dad start to worry. I thought to myself.
I turned back around and in front of me, about 4 yards away in the nearly black bushes, was a man. It was so dark that the only thing that I could see was the outline of him. He just stood there, unmoving.
I slowly stepped backwards.
I took about five steps when I suddenly ran into something else. I turned around in horror. It was another man! He grabbed my arms as I fought to get away. I screamed as loud as I could, hoping someone would hear me, but it was no use.
The man in the bushes walked towards me. He waved his hand and the other guy released my arms, shoving me down into the dirty woodsy floor in the process then disappeared into the darkness
. The other one knelt down beside me. My breathing was coming in gasps. I was crying so hard that I could barely see through my teary eyes. He wiped them away gently.
"Why are you doing this? What do you want?" I cried. He was silent before me. All that he did was get closer to me. I slid away from him as he crept closer. I kept sliding until my back was against something hard, a tree. Oh great!
"I thought this day would never come. I have at last got you." he said with a sigh. "What d-do you mean?" I shivered. "How do you know me?" I shook my head, trying to clear it. If he knew me, then I had to of known him, right? He leaned down and kissed my cheek gently.
I sat frozen, holding my breath. Oh my god I thought.
"I love you." he whispered. What do I do? What could I do? I as trapped between him and this damn tree! I was helpless!
"No, no, no, no, no…" I repeated.
He grasped my hand and held tight.
"You will do exactly what I say when I say it! Are we clear?" he said through his teeth.
I hesitated, but he squeezed my hand harder.
"Ow, yes, yes we're clear." I whimpered. "Why are you doing this?" I asked again.
He stood up with a huge grin on his face, his teeth glistening.
"Because you belong to me!" he said with a chuckle.