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Submitted By chrisymas
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Last day of summer
An ordinary guy seemingly nervous to go to college
He is a stereotypical average, unpopular loner
Over thinking about trying to fit in, new bullies, trying to be different from his high school persona
He is hiding away inside his room, remembering his high school experiences the torment and pain inflicted on him physically and emotionally
During his first week it seem relatively normal he even has a few friends, but as the semester goes by he’s becoming anxious
And then half way through the school year he met an old face a person from his past
Gradually getting close to his new found friends, he already doubts their honesty until to the point that he thinks they know something about him
He is convinced that they are starting to believed the lies of that person
He gradually became paranoid, disoriented and distracted
After a party he confronted the girl The girl provoke him by telling stories about their past
He started shouting and contradicting her stories (flashback)
They both fell silent after his outburst and admission to his wrong doings
The girl narrated her side telling him the lives he affected and the friendship that he wrecked
Then the girl flashes her phone informing him that she recorded their conversation and his outburst
He broke down and cried silently while the girl watches (background police siren)
The guys is seen seating in a cot and then escorted by a uniformed man to a meeting room surrounded by glass
A girl is seen to be staring at him from the other side of the glass room
The girl said that he wounded her not just physically but also mentally and emotionally
She said that he ruined not only a family but also a lifelong friendship but she knows that he is starting to pay for all the things that he did and that she only wishes for his recovery
He just stared at her unmoved and as if not hearing…...

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