Caged by Memories Chapter 2Chapter 2: The Discovery
The many cries of the heart are hidden in smiles and laughter.
It has only been a couple hours since she arrived at the hospital to see her sister. The doctor came to visit about an hour later with news of two gunshot wounds and many facial bruises probably from falling. Aqeela couldn’t pry herself from her sister’s bedside, because the reality of the situation didn’t seem real. She couldn’t believe the outcome of this whole situation. The question of why keeps circling around her head. She keeps looking at photos of her and her sister on her phone. Aazara with her plum hair cut short in a swooping bang look and her hazel-brown eyes shining with laughter and Aqeela’s blonde hair pulled up in a bun as she drapes over her sister’s shoulders but smiling and laughing from a joke one told the other. Smiling through the tears of the good times that they have had together and wonder what is going on with her older sister. She puts h
Caged by MemoriesChapter 1: The Beginning
"When the clouds open and the rain upon us, is it refreshing or chilling?"
The elevator dings and the doors slide open revealing a very emotionally distressed young woman with sleek blonde hair and flashing blue-grey eyes. She rushes over to the nurse’s station on floor twenty-three. The nurse looks up in the response of the fast clicking of boots.
“Can I help you,” the nurse asks. She gives a smile to hopefully help ease the young woman that has rushed in.
“Yes, can you tell me where my sister is,” Aqeela asks. “Her name is Aazara. Aazara Roseling.” She looks around hoping to spot someone that she may know to lead her to her sister. She is in shock and wants it all to be a dream. Aqeela looks back down to the nurse who is clicking away on the computer.
“Miss Roseling, can only be seen by family members on the request of her father. Who are you?” said the nurse. The nurse tries to keep the smile, knowing tha