On a rainy night I and you where at two different places sharing the site.
I walked through the city slowly, passing through a bridge, and sat on the small patch of green grass closer to the wall. (care to continue the story? :3)
getting up, I go to pick up the item she dropped, wiping away some of the mud with my own jacket as I smiled, handing it back.
"Here you go."
of course! you wanna start first? :)
"Ah! Hey, what's wrong with your-" but as I started to talk she already took off, leaving nothing but footprints behind. "I'm starting to lose it." I confirmed to myself, grabbing my bag and ran home the rest of the way, unable to get the thought of the girl's necklace out of my mind.
"ugh, you would if you would get dirt in your eye." your necklace said, it's eye getting irritated.
(damn i thought of something better i could have wrote before hand lol- not apart of story btw)
"..." The necklace looked back to the way it was, no matter how much the girl poked at it.
"Well that was weird." She said, making her way home.
(oh! never mind the story still works! lol) XD
Trying to open the necklace, she let out a small gasp as a eye opened, blinking slowly.
"O-Ow! You could have dropped me a little softer." The necklace said, while the girl picked it up by the chain, poking it curiously.
*thunk* she heard heavy footsteps walk into her bedroom as she inched her way back away from the feet, which stood by her bed, when she heard another person walk in, who threw her dresser to the ground, trashing her room, and the other walked around her bed slowly, stopping.
Oh No... she thought, going to move when people outside bolted her door shut, making their way down the stairs. Getting up from under the bed, she ran to the door, tugging it with all her might, becoming more panicked.
"Hey, use the shoot!" She looked to the laundry shoot that used to be behind her dresser. She never used it because the the door was always too hard to open.
"Come on..." She said, struggling to make it budge as the sounds of ticking urged her to keep trying. When it snapped open, she stepped inside, trying to slide down slowly, when the explosion sent her crashing down two stories, landing her in the laundry bin down in the basement, as screaming was heard from above.
"Fire! Someone call nine one one!"
(ha ha so that was a guy who gave her the necklace now? i thought it was another girl. whatever, i'll improvise. :D)
Waking up, the girl felt a pain in her head that made her wince.
"I would be careful if I were you. Ya hit your head pretty hard back there." The girl looked up to see she was in someone's house, laying on a couch while the man sat across from her in a arm chair, tinkering with her necklace.
"H-Hey! That's mine!" She said, reaching up to get it when he pulled his arm away, smirking.
"It shouldn't be. You keep losing it so much I wonder if you really cared for it." He said, grabbing her hand, and gave the necklace back.
"Although I can see why you want it back. There is something special about it."
"My mother gave it to me."
"I was talking about the fact that it's blinking." He said, chuckling while she looked down to the necklace which now showed it's bright blue eye.
(nah i like the idea of a guy better.)
"Not with those people following you?" He asked, while she turned to him glaring.
"How did you know that?"
"Half of the city knew from the explosion. Although I just happened to see those men following you home."
"What are you talking about? I walked alone the entire time."
"Well I'm telling you that I saw them walking behind you the entire way. I walked behind you because I was worried, so when they went inside I decided to stay just in case something happened. I was right to do that, after all."
"Look, I'll be fine. I do better on my own."
"Right. Well I'm not calling you a liar, but you didn't do that great when you stumbled out of your house and hit your head." He laughed, when she grabbed her jacket laying on the table, storming to the front door.
"W-Wait! I'm sorry. That was a stupid thing to say. I'm Thomas by the way."
"Well Starlette it's nice to meet you." Said Thomas, who reached into his jacket and pulled out a tissue, handing it to her.
"Thank you." She said quietly, wiping her eyes.
"Thanks." She laughed, before coming to a realization. "Wait, I still don't understand how you can talk. Or why."
(I'll leave that explanation part up to you lol)
"It's true. Your mother was actually born on a planet called _____"
(sorry to do this to you again but your turn! lol)
(ha ha am i going to explain this?)
"Your mother came to this planet Earth so she could raise you allong side of the other humans, although knew that people from her homeworld would come and find you. They knew that if you were born, they would take you back and kill you. So to save your life, your mother gave you me."
"But what can you do?" Asked Thomas.
(oh no he didn't XD)
"Right. Like a necklace could hurt me. Oh no, i'm gonna be attacked by a eyeball attached to some string." Thomas cried out dramatically, when the chandelier from the ceiling dropped down, almost crushing him.
"Damn. I missed."
"Where are we?"
"Your mother left this to you as a child, and it was yours to keep with all the money she saved in case a situation like this would arrive. Your safe for now, although I would be wary about seeing those men again."
"Hey!" Yelled Thomas, who ran down the stairs wearing swim trunks. "You should go upstairs! The rooms are awesome!" He said running out the door, making a cannonball into the pool, spilling out most of the water to the yard.
"Idiot." Your necklace said. "Well I'm going to rest for now. You should find your room on the second floor to the very left. Your smart enough to find this out." The necklace said, closing it's eye, and leaving you alone. Walking upstairs, you made your way down the long narrow hallway to the door.
"Oh my god." You gasped, looking at the room.
and outside, Thomas was still waiting in the pool. lol
Then suddenly, a loud sound
...I sat by the windows as the sound of rain echoed in my head
That tore the sky asunder
bought a colorful umbrella
in the local diner I frequent only on nights like these
went for a walk in the graveyard.