Just like that, she was off into the outskirts of Jeonjin; her sanctuary, you might say. A place where she finds solace, where she could be by herself, doing anything she wants to and most especially, be herself.
No one dared to go out of Jeonjin around these hours. Supposedly, it was aberrant for people to be here. Not everyone thinks that this place had a significance, whilst Sooyoung, she was always different. In this tree-filled area, hidden from anyone’s view, there was only her. And she loved that about his place, too. Whenever she was here, she tended to climb trees like in her younger years; the taller, the better. By the treeline, she could see everything, appreciate everything, every small detail. She could see all the wonders, smell the fresh aroma of the zephyrean atmosphere brings, feel the soft caress of the breeze on her skin. Nothing can compare to the feeling she feels whenever she was here.
And now, it was that time again; her rendezvous to this place. Once again, she would have the same great feeling running through her body. Nothing could possibly go wrong, right? At least, that’s what she always thought. As she was climbing to her usual tall tree, she missed a step. As her body weighed down on the branch, it wasn’t strong enough to hold her. Losing her grip, she fell completely. No matter how hard she tried, she can’t seem to save herself from her fall. There was only one ending, and she needed to accept that.
There it was. That thud that her body made as it made impact on the ground, followed by the sound of her cry. Grimace had crossed her face, and by the pain she felt not just by her broken ankle, but her aching body, she couldn’t help but scream out in pain. When she tried standing up, she ended up falling again to her butt. There was no way she can get out of this without inflicting more pain on herself. “A-Anybody? Help!! Is there someone there?” She tried calling out to thin air, in hopes someone might hear her or someone is actually there. It couldn’t hurt to hope. Biting her lip, she looked down on her twisted ankle. It always hurts to have fallen.