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And now he was one of the Lost. I sighed and squeezed my eyes shut, causing bulging tears to run from my eyes in a slow, steady stream. That part of the strange letter always hurt my heart. [name_f]My[/name_f] eyes scanned over the beginning of the letter, where it introduced the Lost Boy. I still wondered why my brother ran away with him, without me. The worst of it was that after the country’s brainwashing, the letter is the only evidence that I have that I was still truly [name_f]Annabelle[/name_f], and not a brainwashed slave. But when [name_u]Finn[/name_u] returned, brainwashed, all memories of those three years totally gone, and without my brother, everyone assumed [name_u]Max[/name_u] was dead. Still, deep in my heart, there was a feeling of hope that the wonderful boy was still alive, somewhere. I planned to one day go to [name_u]Finn[/name_u] and show him the letter he’d left me, so that maybe he’d remember, but there were certainly no guarantees. The rain hammered insistently on the windowpane. I looked out the window as I grabbed my headphones to cover up the noise, but froze when I saw it wasn’t only the rain striking my window.

9/12


EJpuddlejumper

5h

And now he was one of the Lost. I sighed and squeezed my eyes shut, causing bulging tears to run from my eyes in a slow, steady stream. That part of the strange letter always hurt my heart. [name_f]My[/name_f] eyes scanned over the beginning of the letter, where it introduced the Lost Boy. I still wondered why my brother ran away with him, without me. The worst of it was that after the country’s brainwashing, the letter is the only evidence that I have that I was still truly [name_f]Annabelle[/name_f], and not a brainwashed slave. But when [name_u]Finn[/name_u] returned, brainwashed, all memories of those three years totally gone, and without my brother, everyone assumed [name_u]Max[/name_u] was dead. Still, deep in my heart, there was a feeling of hope that the wonderful boy was still alive, somewhere. I planned to one day go to [name_u]Finn[/name_u] and show him the letter he’d left me, so that maybe he’d remember, but there were certainly no guarantees. The rain hammered insistently on the windowpane. I looked out the window as I grabbed my headphones to cover up the noise, but froze when I saw it wasn’t only the rain striking my window. [name_u]Finn[/name_u] knocked panickingly on my window.

10/12

And now he was one of the Lost. I sighed and squeezed my eyes shut, causing bulging tears to run from my eyes in a slow, steady stream. That part of the strange letter always hurt my heart. [name_f]My[/name_f] eyes scanned over the beginning of the letter, where it introduced the Lost Boy. I still wondered why my brother ran away with him, without me. The worst of it was that after the country’s brainwashing, the letter is the only evidence that I have that I was still truly [name_f]Annabelle[/name_f], and not a brainwashed slave. But when [name_u]Finn[/name_u] returned, brainwashed, all memories of those three years totally gone, and without my brother, everyone assumed [name_u]Max[/name_u] was dead. Still, deep in my heart, there was a feeling of hope that the wonderful boy was still alive, somewhere. I planned to one day go to [name_u]Finn[/name_u] and show him the letter he’d left me, so that maybe he’d remember, but there were certainly no guarantees. The rain hammered insistently on the windowpane. I looked out the window as I grabbed my headphones to cover up the noise, but froze when I saw it wasn’t only the rain striking my window. [name_u]Finn[/name_u] knocked panickingly on my window. Stumbling over my cardboard box, I hid behind a curtain, for no one can trust a brainwashed person - even if he’s your own brother.

11/12

And now he was one of the Lost. I sighed and squeezed my eyes shut, causing bulging tears to run from my eyes in a slow, steady stream. That part of the strange letter always hurt my heart. [name_f]My[/name_f] eyes scanned over the beginning of the letter, where it introduced the Lost Boy. I still wondered why my brother ran away with him, without me. The worst of it was that after the country’s brainwashing, the letter is the only evidence that I have that I was still truly [name_f]Annabelle[/name_f], and not a brainwashed slave. But when [name_u]Finn[/name_u] returned, brainwashed, all memories of those three years totally gone, and without my brother, everyone assumed [name_u]Max[/name_u] was dead. Still, deep in my heart, there was a feeling of hope that the wonderful boy was still alive, somewhere. I planned to one day go to [name_u]Finn[/name_u] and show him the letter he’d left me, so that maybe he’d remember, but there were certainly no guarantees. The rain hammered insistently on the windowpane. I looked out the window as I grabbed my headphones to cover up the noise, but froze when I saw it wasn’t only the rain striking my window. [name_u]Finn[/name_u] knocked panickingly on my window. Stumbling over my cardboard box, I hid behind a curtain, for no one can trust a brainwashed person - even if he’s your own brother. But when I heard him call my name, muffled as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and threw open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.

12/12

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When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.

1/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”

2/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.

3/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about [name_f]Miranda[/name_f]? We can’t just leave her!”

4/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about [name_f]Miranda[/name_f]? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”

5/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about [name_f]Miranda[/name_f]? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”

6/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about [name_f]Miranda[/name_f]? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”
You would think I would get used to these escapes, right? After all those times. Let me surprise you then: even elven princesses like me can be afraid, every single time when we have to flee from the human lumberjacks.

7/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about Miranda? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”
You would think I would get used to these escapes, right? After all those times. Let me surprise you then: even elven princesses like me can be afraid, every single time when we have to flee from the human lumberjacks.
“Harlowe?” a familiar voice called from the forest.

7/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about Miranda? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”
You would think I would get used to these escapes, right? After all those times. Let me surprise you then: even elven princesses like me can be afraid, every single time when we have to flee from the human lumberjacks.
“Harlowe?” a familiar voice called from the forest.
I looked up in surprise to see [name_u]Evan[/name_u], looking as handsome as ever.

7/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about Miranda? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”
You would think I would get used to these escapes, right? After all those times. Let me surprise you then: even elven princesses like me can be afraid, every single time when we have to flee from the human lumberjacks.
“Harlowe?” a familiar voice called from the forest.
I looked up in surprise to see Evan, looking as handsome as ever.
“What are you doing here?” I asked, glancing to the side, “I thought you left with the others.”

8/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about [name_f]Miranda[/name_f]? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”
You would think I would get used to these escapes, right? After all those times. Let me surprise you then: even elven princesses like me can be afraid, every single time when we have to flee from the human lumberjacks.
“Harlowe?” a familiar voice called from the forest.
I looked up in surprise to see [name_u]Evan[/name_u], looking as handsome as ever.
“What are you doing here?” I asked, glancing to the side, “I thought you left with the others.”
“I… I couldn’t,” he blushed crimson and cleared his throat, “I mean… I had to make sure you were safe.”

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about Miranda? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”
You would think I would get used to these escapes, right? After all those times. Let me surprise you then: even elven princesses like me can be afraid, every single time when we have to flee from the human lumberjacks.
“Harlowe?” a familiar voice called from the forest.
I looked up in surprise to see Evan, looking as handsome as ever.
“What are you doing here?” I asked, glancing to the side, “I thought you left with the others.”
“I… I couldn’t,” he blushed crimson and cleared his throat, “I mean… I had to make sure you were safe.”
I flushed scarlet. “[name_u]Evan[/name_u], you and I both know that it’s dangerous. But…” I smiled up at him, feeling briefly happy for the first time in ages, “thank you.”

9/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about Miranda? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”
You would think I would get used to these escapes, right? After all those times. Let me surprise you then: even elven princesses like me can be afraid, every single time when we have to flee from the human lumberjacks.
“Harlowe?” a familiar voice called from the forest.
I looked up in surprise to see Evan, looking as handsome as ever.
“What are you doing here?” I asked, glancing to the side, “I thought you left with the others.”
“I… I couldn’t,” he blushed crimson and cleared his throat, “I mean… I had to make sure you were safe.”
I flushed scarlet. “Evan, you and I both know that it’s dangerous. But…” I smiled up at him, feeling briefly happy for the first time in ages, “thank you.”
He just nodded, then reached for my hand.

11/12

When I heard him call my name, muffed as it was, I ran as quickly as I could and thew open the window, embracing him in a very wet hug.
“Father, where have you been?” I asked, relieved.
His warm brown eyes looking fearfully into my matching ones, he said “Harlowe, we have to go, now!”
He grabbed my suitcase and turned to face me, his eyes a mix of fear and determination. “Follow me.” he said, turning towards the woods at the edge of our property.
“Father!” I exclaimed as he began lifting me out of the window. “What about Miranda? We can’t just leave her!”
“We’re not going to, Harlowe.” he said softly. “Run to the forest. I’ll get her. If I don’t get to you in time…”
I waited for a moment of silence until he spoke up. “Give me no more than five minutes, and run if it takes me longer, because we can’t risk losing you.”
You would think I would get used to these escapes, right? After all those times. Let me surprise you then: even elven princesses like me can be afraid, every single time when we have to flee from the human lumberjacks.
“Harlowe?” a familiar voice called from the forest.
I looked up in surprise to see Evan, looking as handsome as ever.
“What are you doing here?” I asked, glancing to the side, “I thought you left with the others.”
“I… I couldn’t,” he blushed crimson and cleared his throat, “I mean… I had to make sure you were safe.”
I flushed scarlet. “Evan, you and I both know that it’s dangerous. But…” I smiled up at him, feeling briefly happy for the first time in ages, “thank you.”
He just nodded, then reached for my hand.
I forced my hand to bring the cloth to his nose and watched as he fell down, unconscious. Tears streamed down my face while I ran.

12/12

drat now I really want to know what happens

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