MonochromeHe stared down the edge of the cliff. He was so close now, he could end it all now. All he had to do was jump. He walked back a couple steps to get a small run off and turned back around, staring at the ledge. All his pain, his sorrow, would end at that instant; he could finally be free from all the belittling and constant rejection from his peers. They all laughed at him, just because he looked differently, just because he acted differently, just because he WAS different. They didn't care he was born normal, or that he didn't have all the same chances that they had. They just spat at him and denied him his divine right to pursue his own brand of happiness.Monochrome by kit-kat37
He had nobody. Born an orphan, all the other kids thought he was strange for not having a Mommy and Daddy. Children could be some of the cruelest people in the world, whether they knew it or not. They feigned friendship and back-stabbed him when he finally lowered his defenses and let them in. All but her.
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