Regret :A Slenderman story: :It Starts:The moments had passed through their class, Adam was unusually silent while Suri was silent as well. Suri was not paying attention to their teacher, Mr. K, who was a tall blonde man with glasses, and blue eyes. His arms had some tattoos, but his shirt hid them as he continued writing on the board, talking about something that didn’t have Suri’s attention. What had Suri’s attention, however, was a piece of paper. On it was a faceless, tall, skinny man in a black suit. Her dark brown eyes stared at the expressionless man she had drawn. Adam had glanced over at her drawing, but looked away as soon as he saw the faceless figure. Her eyes seemed to lose their soul as she continued staring at the ‘man.’ She was soon pulled out of her trance as the bell annoyingly rang, echoing in the now empting room. “I’ll see you after school, Adam,” Suri told him before standing up and packing her stuff up, but he only nodded and left quickly, leaving her wa
Change?You want me to change.
Change the way I behave.
You want someone else.
You don't know how I felt.
So I'd change for you and them.
But what would you see after then?
I wouldn't be the same, but still.
If it's for you, then I will.
You're my best friend, I take your advice.
I don't even think twice.
If you want me to change, I will.
But I won't be the same girl.
Are you sure you want me to change?
Or do you just want me to behave?
Or maybe you want me gone?
I'll stay myself from now on.
I'll ignore those insults and shouts.
I'll keep smiling, ignoring pouts.
If I do change, I'd be different.
I wouldn't even be your friend.
I don't think it's best to turn.
You would lose your friends and learn.
I'll stay myself, if you do the same.
Let's just stay the happy same way.
Regret :A Slenderman Story: :The legend:“He’s coming for you, Suri~” Rascal sang, walking behind Suri in the middle of the group, “Shut up, he’s not exactly real, right Adam?” Suri asked, looking at the brunette, “Well..-“ “See, he’s not real.” “You didn’t let him finish, Suri,” Rascal giggled, crossing her arms. Suri growled at her and continued walking in the woods. “Let’s just get this over with..”
Earlier today, there was a group of kids in the school working for a report on myths that were discovered and closed as ‘unsolved.’ “Chupacabra?” the red haired girl asked, resting her head on the table in the library, with her brown eyes closed. The boyish girl with brown and black hair shook her head, “Does it look like we got the money to head to Mexico..” she sighed. “It was just a suggestion..” the red head replied. “What about Bigfoot?” the male brunette asked, l