Stay Woke! Don’t Day Dream! Jessica and Lilly went to the grocery store. They went about picking up items they wanted. Lilly picked up a pack of golden morn but the pack dragged her hand. It felt heavier than expected. She looked carefully and read what was written on the body. “Pick me and I will show you.” The words rang deep in her head and kept echoing. Her hands went numb and stiff, and her feet stuck and rooted to the ground. Her teeth grinding against each other while goosebumps cover her cold body despite sweating. She had no control over her neuroscience and she remain in her fright. A tap on her back increased the terror and vibration began. The tap came the second time and she turned slowly to see what was behind her and they a heavy slap landed on her face. The thundering slap echoed in her ears and produce rainbow ring colours vision. She screamed loud and she felt a gentle hand tapped her thrice and a voice saying, “Wake up! What’s the matter”. She opened her eyes and saw everyone in the grocery store fixed their eyes on her and she was lost about what happened. She turned and saw Jessica stared at her. She asked Lilly, “What happened? What are you afraid of?” She was dumbfounded, her mind was blank and gave no permission. She had not the slightest description of the horror and she could not place her mind on what had happened if it be real or her mind strayed away.
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