NOTE: This was probably one of the most fun chapters to write.
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on Evelyn.’ I growl to myself when my phone once again gives me her voicemail.
Her apartment complex already comes in vision and I feel the need to calm
myself down because I don’t know how I’m going to react finding her there. At
this point I’m boiling with anger and I don’t know if I’m going to be able to
contain myself when I meet her.
I told her
not to go to her God damn apartment, but what does she decide to do after
school? I literally cannot follow her way of thinking and I don’t want to
either. The only thing I want is for her to realize that if people are actually
looking for her, she cannot do things like this.
I wish I
saw her text sooner and that I wasn’t in the studio, busy with lyrics, when she
texted me she forgot something in her apartment. I wish I would have been able to call
her instantly and tell her I would go with her or find another way not to let
her go on her own.
didn’t see the message until an hour later, and since then she doesn’t seem to
pick up her phone and my head doesn’t want to think about what’s the reason for
here.’ I mumble, handing the taxi driver some money, before I jump out of the
car and run into the apartment complex trying to call her for the ninth time. I
don’t even bother taking the lift because that’s way too slow, so I go for the
stairs, skipping three steps at the time believing it makes me go even faster.
reach her door, my heart drops seeing the forced lock, telling me something is
very incredibly wrong here. I slowly push open the door, meeting the biggest
mess in her little apartment. All the cabinets have been opened, chairs have
been pushed over and all the stuff on the kitchen counter has been wiped all
over the floor. It almost seems like people deliberately decided to make a mess
of this. There is not even a structure in what they did. Why would you bother
clashing down bottles of wine when you could rob a place.
in here didn’t come for material stuff. They came here for another purpose.