Author: Thin-Vanity PM
Mele knew something was wrong. Once Robin disappeared one of the roses died, and this isn't some kind of coincidence to her, and now her friends are in the risk of getting killed by someone. What will happen of the roses she was received as well? (Rating might change)Rated: Fiction T - English - Horror - Chapters: 4 - Words: 2,928 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 03-07-13 - Published: 01-31-13 - id: 3097109
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The wind blew through the campus, blowing shades of orange and yellow leaves everywhere, alongside with Mele's hair.
She sighed and looked at the warm-colored sky. It was quite warm for the middle of November, so she was only wearing her blazer rather than her warm jacket. Apparently she was not the only one who had the same idea; she had counted the total amount of people in the school who also wore their blazers.
The soft dimming light of the sun shone on her face, blinding her for a second. She reacted and lifted her hand to make shade for her eyes. She pouted and turned her head down to face the dry grass, slowly taking in the shape and details for a while.
Mele looked towards the large clock tower, the numbers written in roman numerals. By a small glance she saw it was four pm. She had to go with her group of friends to their club room in 5 minutes.
Clutching her bag tightly she took a deep breath and started running towards a smaller building. Her breathing was hitching, her face turning red from the waste of precious air. She took a halt when she found herself in the second floor of the building. Taking slow steps she walked towards the window in front of her.
Red roses. Red roses and blue roses were what Mele could first identify, from the window. She never knew of a garden in this school. But really intrigued her were the unusually bright cerulean colored roses. Blue roses were a rarity and she even knew it… so why were they there?
"Hey! Earth to Mele!" a voice next to her shouted "You there?"
Mele was caught off guard and flinched. She looked at the person who practically shouted in her ear.
"Damn it Robin," another voice said "You didn't have to be so loud."
Mele sighed in embarrassment, "You guys are awfully loud. Robin, Paty."
Paty snorted and it eventually turned into a large fit of laughter "Oh you should have seen your face!" she said "It was priceless!"
"Besides your minor complications, you shouldn't surprise her like that," A voice behind them said "It might cause her to suffer a panic attack or something."
"Melanie, stop being like that," Mele said "You're so dark and twisty."
Melanie puffed her pink cheeks. Despite being young she was in the same league as them, she could occasionally have a knack for knowing more than them. Of course in trade for that her personality was very unusual after getting to know her better.
"Well save it for later guys, we should really get going," Paty said turning her focus to the other 3 girls. "Okay then?" she asked. Everyone nodded in agreement and Paty responded with a clear smile.
"Hopefully our conversation in the club will differ from this." Melanie muttered.