As I closed the door,
I regretted it.
I turned to open the door again,
but I just couldn't.
It was getting too late, and I didn't want to be caught.
Will said he'd catch up to you, no worries.
I had to repeat to myself.
It was early in the morning,
so obviously no one was up.
But every time I heard a noise,
I'd jump and turn around to see what it was.
As I got further away from my room,
all I thought about was Will.
But I had to focus,
or else I would have been caught.
I started walking faster every second,
I was getting really paranoid.
I had never done anything so risky in my whole life.
I got out to the front deck,
and they were pulling up the ladder to get to the main land.
"Excuse me?" I said as polite as possible.
I was ignored.
"Uhm hi-sir? Sir!?" Still ignored."HEY!"
Some men looked over at me.
"May we help you?" He said, sounding annoyed.
"Why are you pulling that up? Some people would like to get down to the land."
"Nope. The boss said so, Kelly is really tough."
"Kelly?! The idiot who is my step mom?"
"Well if you put it that way-probably."
"No...no, no! This isn't possible. I need to get out of here."
"Whats the problem miss?" Another man came out from a corner.
"I-I just need to get on that island right there, I just need to get off."
"Why didn't you say so? Men! Pull that down for the young lady."
I was so relieved-
for the moment.
"Where do you think you're going!"
Someone grabbed my arm.
It was Ray.
"You're coming with me!"
He was most definitely drunk.
He started dragging me away, me hitting him and stepping on his toes.
"Excuse me sir, but this young lady was getting off." The man said to Ray.
"Oh was she? The only place she's going is with me!"
His pull became harder and my arm was being strained.
"Sir, let her go."
"I will not, this young lady is my daughter-she ran away for misbehaving."
The man nodded.
"He's not my dad! He isn't! Please help!"
I started screaming and kicking.
The man realized what I was saying and ran over to grab my other arm.
"Let her go!" The man yelled.
"Let her go?" Ray said
"Well-you said it!"
He then flung me over the railing and deep into the ocean.