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Left In BetweenI watched as they took her awayThrough the crescent of an ill-fitted doorknobBlack straps and a blanketNot receiving but dispatchingBut she hasn't been hereFor so long now anywaysAnd as she lays in a cold white mazeThe dinner burns and hands shakeI had murdered beforeSomething ripped out and awayThe thing she didn't do to meSo I am left to feel the painThe blood is so silentCreeping over top and then down to the floorLost to shadows and dustAs I scrub for salvationAnd I'm so scared to be nearFor she's already goneThey are already goneAnd I'm left in between all alone
FugitivesBelle and Ari crept around the side of the stable. The drizzle was slowly but surely turning into heavy rain and a respite from the shower, however brief it might be, would be welcome.There wasn’t any human noises coming from within, only the muffled sounds of the horses.Staying close to the wall, they followed the graying, worn boards till they reached the entrance. The massive door creaked on it’s rusty hinges as Belle swung it open and ushered Arianna inside.The door shut behind them, leaving them cloaked in the dim light supplied by cracks in the wood.Belle and Arianna stayed put for a moment letting their eyes adjust to the darkness. Belle squinted, willing her clear vision to return as she heard one of the horses make a neighing sound. Slowly the dull shapes around them started to take on more detail. Belle could see various crates and containers stacked towards the rafters. She saw the passage that ran between the six stalls, three on each side of the stable. The