The Bully
by Mya Keel, 11, The Donoho School
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Lily heard a knock at the door, and she had no idea who it was. It was late, about 10:00, and she was getting ready for bed. Her parents were out of town for the weekend for a business trip. She went to the door and saw Katlen. She was in her biology class at school. Katlen wore scratched up clothes with blood running down the side of her head. She was puffy and blue.

Lily asked, “What happened to you?”

Katlen yelled, “You should know what!” Lily had no idea what she meant.

Katlen said, “Have you already forgotten?”

Lily reached out to touch her shoulder but she couldn’t; it was like nobody was there. Lily screamed. Lily ran up the stairs in fear. Lily frantically locked herself in her room. Katlen followed her.

Katlen asked, “Why did you do that to me and the other kids at school that are different?” Lily was one of the meanest kids in school. With Katlen, the bullying went too far. Lily ended up killing Katlen.

Lily answered, “I don’t know what you are talking about.”

Katlen said, “Yes, you do.” Lily had a flashback in her mind of beating and kicking Katlen for attention at school. Lily picked on people at school that were different. Katlen was an albino and a lot of people picked on her. Katlen was very pale, she also had red eyes like she was cursed. Her hair was almost white, and Lily was the one who was always picking on her.

Katlen said outside of Lily’s bedroom, “I will do what you did to me.” Lily screamed in fear.

Katlen got in the bedroom. She got in there by going right through the door!

Katlen yelled, “What you did to me is what will happen to you!” Katlen started to beat and kick Lily. Lily thought for a second and she wondered how did Katlen touch her but she couldn’t. It made her cry even harder. Katlen even called her awful things, too! Lily was bleeding everywhere from when Katlen was beating her.

Lily said in a lot of pain, “I’m so sorry for what I did to you.”

Katlen asked surprised, “You are?”

Lily replied, “Yes!”

Katlen said, “Me too, for what I did to you tonight.” Thanks was all that Katlen wanted to hear.

Lily asked, “Truths?”

Katlen answered, “Truths.”

After that, Lily and Katlen were very good friends. Even though Katlen was still a ghost, they were very good friends. Lily also promised not to pick on any more kids at school ever again.
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