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Suddenly there was a tsunami in the building and it was coming for the girl behind her. For some reason there were people in superman suits holding babies or something but I was convinced the girl was not infected so I grabbed her and locked the doors. Somehow the sliding door and the normal door merged into 2 normal doors with rope around the door knobs so that no one could go through them as they can't be opened. The water smashing both doors eventually evaporated or something but I can hear someone from behind the doors. Looking through the cracks he looked like my indian friend from school and for some reason I can tell that he isn't friendly. I hold back the doors while gesturing people to go out the windows on my left side. I don't know why but I grabbed my pen, (I forgot what I took here I think it was a notebook or paper) and calculator. I wanted to take my phone but it was far so I looked around if the people already went out the window. It seems they did so I let go of the door, took a second to find my phone while the doors get instantly smashed by the villain and got the phone. I jumped out of the window without getting caught by the window frame and landed on the ground. I fell from like 3 stories high but I did not feel any pain. I saw the people running towards a van in a curvy line like they were avoiding something. They weren't even cutting each other but I instead ran past all of them towards the van and was like the first or second to jump in there. For some reason the van can fit many people but it's a dream so yeah. As the last person was running towards the van, the villain catched up to him. For some reason I had a pencil gun with me so I aimed at the villain and shot at him. But instead the bullet went towards the last guy and killed him. The villain then transformed into the dead malay/filipino guy but with a blue shirt. He wanted to go in the van but I closed the door on him and told the driver to hurry up drive.
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The setting changed again to us in the same jeep but passing by a bunch of shops. There is this supermarket that is full of policemen so I told them to stop the jeep to report the villain. They didn't. I told them again but they didn't. They kept driving. I turned the head of a woman infront of me and her head turned into a rock covered with jewels. I kinda freaked out but Josiah was like "ok". He didn't say anything at all.
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A perk of staying in one place meant you could fully explore the area around you and not be pressed on time. Groups of around five left to go scavenge houses and markets to see if any supplies or long-lasting food was left behind. Usually, they came back with a few medical supplies and some tools that might come in handy later.
Nobody ever went completely down to the shopping center across the way. It was decided that a series of smaller groups would go down at different intervals to scavenge, and while the plan-makers said it was to not draw too much attention - which could be true - I knew that there were dangers in sending a large group. For instance, if all of them get hoarded, there's a chance that our community of twenty could completely get cut in half.
I was a part of the second small group with Charles. After the first group came back, we two would go next, followed by another group of three.
The first group arrived, lugging their backpacks that sagged down in weight, signaling that they had found something in the center. After their heavy breathing had settled down, they opened them to reveal three backpacks filled with a variety of dried and canned food that miraculously hadn't gone bad. They promised that they had only hit one store, there was still a pharmacy that looked untouched. A pharmacy was good, it meant medical supplies and supplements that would come in handy if the time ever came for it.
• • •
Charles had definitely been waiting for the chance to go to the market. With the first group promising they didn't see or hear any zombies, I could see why he was so excited too. It was an easy trip - go to the pharmacy, loot the pharmacy, leave the pharmacy, get back to camp, done - but we'd have to move fast to make it back in time so that the next group didn't have to leave too late. That was my only worry.
The walk down the large hill on paved streets was one where you didn't have to worry too much about zombies attacking you. It was a gated community, and before settling in, all of us had made sure no one from the undead was lingering in any of the houses.
"Just between you and me, if I see any candy bars in there, I'm going to eat it and we aren't telling the others," Charles said suddenly as the two of us were nearing the gate. "I don't even care. I haven't had chocolate in so long, it's driving me nuts."
I couldn't help the small laugh that escaped. "You do realize the chocolate is probably bad, right? You'd be better off getting Laffy taffy or something."
Charles scoffed, "Why would I settle for that when there's chocolate? I don't expect you to understand, you aren't a chocolate enthusiast like I am."
"Oh?" I raised an eyebrow playfully at him, "And how do you know that? For all you know, I could've been an internationally-known chocolate enthusiast."
"Sure," Charles countered, raising his lips in a smirk, "Except A.) I would have known if you were a chocolate enthusiast because I am one and we all get member cards and B.) You don't have a member card."
"Okay, you got me," I laughed, "But doesn't mean I don't love chocolate."
"Who doesn't? Don't worry, I was planning on sharing the bar with you, as long as it isn't spoiled."
• • •
The walk to the pharmacy from the gate wasn't as long as I had expected. It was just across the street, and as there weren't any cars driving around, the two of us ran across as soon as we got to the curb.
We arrived at a small grocery store. I could tell that was where the first group had looted, as the door was open and some of the food on the shelves were knocked over.
The pharmacy door was locked, but thanks to a lock-picking kit I had picked up a week ago and a skill I'd learned one day when I was bored and summer wasn't offering the fun times it usually did, I opened it soundlessly in less than a minute.
The two of us scurried but kept the door open to let in the light as the pharmacy was completely dark inside.
As the first group had said, it was practically untouched. The shelves looked like they had been stocked with nobody to come in and glance at what they had to offer. As we both walked around, I each took anything that came to look important: gauzes, aspirin, and pain relievers were picked clean off the shelf. We both made our way to the back of the store, where the office and the storage room where prescriptions would be.
The window where we'd be able to talk to the clerk was open, and under the counter on my side were cough drops, mints, and assorted candies for people to look at and debate on buying at the last second as the clerk rang up their purchases. Charles rushed forward and grabbed the first chocolate bar he saw.
"Thank god they had them here," He said in a low voice as he checked the package. "No expiration date means it doesn't spoil, right?"
I shook my head with a smile, grabbing a package of Band-Aids from the shelf nearby and setting it in my backpack. It was already getting full and somewhat heavy, so I knew we'd have to be leaving soon. There was still so much more to grab from here, meaning we'd have to tell the group to come back here to grab the rest.
Charles had opened the wrapper and taken a bite out of the bar when I'd finished zipping up my backpack. I watched as he chewed on the chocolate, his face full of sweet expectations, only to grimace as he started spitting it out a second later. I knew it. It is expired.
"Okay, no expiration date does NOT mean it doesn't spoil," He muttered, wiping his mouth with the back of his hand. After swallowing a few times with a sour look on his face, he turned around, grabbed one of the mint boxes, popped the lid open, and tossed two mints into his mouth. "So glad these didn't expire, either."
I knew I shouldn't have been laughing, but I couldn't help how hilarious the disappointment on his face was. After he had finished crunching the mints to get their effect to happen faster, he pouted at me.
"You know, laughing at people isn't very polite," Charles murmured. "Especially when they've gone through an ordeal like that."
"You're right, eating spoiled chocolate is such a terrible thing to go through," I countered, stifling the laughs, "I'm sorry for laughing."
"Now you're just poking fun at me," He replied, crossing his arms over his chest and turning his head away from me, mimicking a child's tantrum. A moment later, he peeked back. "Are we ready to go?"
I nodded and turned to make my way toward the front of the store. I heard the jingling noise of mints rolling around and hitting their container, and guessed Charles had put them back in their spot. As we were still walking, we then heard a loud thump, followed by a surprised groan.
Turning on my heel as quickly as I could have, I saw Charles being pinned to the counter by a zombie I hadn't seen earlier. It's usually dead eyes were suddenly sparked alive by the sudden appearance of food, and judging by the uniform it was wearing, I could tell why the pharmacy was closed in the first place. The poor guy was saving everybody else by locking himself up when he knew he was bitten.
His past humanity didn't matter now, not when I was rushing towards the counter with a hammer I'd just picked up from the shelf. It didn't matter if he was dangerously close to Charles' shoulder, and it definitely didn't matter when I took the hammer and jammed the sharp side of it into the zombie's skull.
He stumbled back, hammer lodged into a crack I had made. I grabbed Charles' from the counter and ran out of the store.
• • •
Only the two of us had made it back across the street did we stop and ask if Charles was alright, if he needed to get bandaged up anywhere.
"No, no, I just need to sit down for a little bit,' He replied, then propped himself up against a nearby tree. His breaths were heavy, and so were mine from that run. As I examined him from where I was standing, I noticed he was bleeding, and instantly slung my backpack off and rifled through for materials to bandage his wound.
"Don't," Charles put his hand over my wrist to stop me. Confused, I looked back at him.
"Charles, you're hurt. If we don't clean it, it'll get worse," I said slowly, "It won't take too long, I promise."
Charles shook his head, then began taking off the backpack from around his shoulders. As he took off the straps, I noticed his shoulder was bleeding more than I'd thought.
"I don't want you to waste what we got on me," He said, rummaging through his backpack.
"What do you mean?" I asked, though my stifled breathing told me that I already knew the answer. He wouldn't say that unless he knew--
Without warning, he lifted down the material of his shirt to reveal the wound. As I had expected, some of his flesh was missing and the area around it was indented with teeth marks. Its dark appearance pushed a button in my head. It was too late.
Suddenly, the image of Charles' kind, welcoming face being replaced with one whose eyes were dead and cold and skin peeling off surfaced in my mind. The times he had made me laugh now felt far off, even when it had just happened a few minutes ago.
"Charles..." Was all I could muster before he found what he had been looking for in his backpack and tossed it at my feet. A gun. My gaze snapped to it, unable to tear my eyes away from the weapon and what he expected me to do with it.
"I'd ask you to not waste a bullet on me, but I don't want to go like them," He said, his voice snapping me out of my daze, "I guess I'm a bit selfish like that."
"No, Charles," I replied, suddenly indignant, "I'm not going to... to kill you. You can't ask me to do that."
"I'd rather you be the one to do it," Charles said, zipping up his backpack and sliding it over to me. "When you do it, make sure you run. The noise might attract others."
"How can you be so aloof about all of this?" I didn't dare scream, but my tone was hard to mask the stinging in my eyes. "You've just been bitten but you're asking me to shoot you? Why aren't you fighting more for your life?"
"It's pointless. I've seen people getting bit, I know they die no matter what." Charles stared at me, the edges of his eyes turning red before he looked away. "I want to live. Believe me, I really do. This isn't how I want to die at all. I want to live and stay with you... but I can't. The universe decided I can't be with you."
His voice was starting to crack, and I saw tears slide down his face. "I wish it could be different. But it's not, and we have to accept that. I'm going to die, whether it be by your hand or by the infection taking over me. And since I have the choice, I'd rather it be by the person I love."
I don't know if he had realized what he said, but his words hit me as a tidal wave would. The tears started flowing from my eyes as well, and as I tried to wipe them away with my sleeves, they just wouldn't stay dry.
"Charles," I whispered, not wanting to speak louder than that because my voice would crack. He looked back at me then, and I saw the complete look of despair in his blue eyes. “I-I'll do it but just... give me a minute."
I grabbed the gun with shaky hands. It was heavier to me that it should've been for some reason. Charles watched me examine it, his face tight in a grimace of pain the wound on his shoulder was inflicting on him."
"I really do love you," He said, his words breathless. "I want - no NEED - you to know that before I go."
"Why would you tell me that? That's going to make this harder, you idiot."
Charles let out a shaky laugh. "I guess I don't always have good timing."
I started to get up, gripping the gun harder. It felt like my muscles were filled with lead and any movement I did took ten times more effort than it normally would have.
The only sound that filled the silent area was the click of the gun cocking. I let out a small breath and wiped away more tears that fell. Charles had closed his eyes, waiting for the bullet to pierce his skull.
"Charles?" I said, the gun still pointed at the ground. He opened his eyes, and I was only just crouched in front of him. "I love you too. You need to know that before I... I do... t-this..."
He nodded and faintly smiled, and kept his eyes trained on mine. Before standing all the way up, I reached forward and placed my lips on his.
My action was reciprocated, and he put his hand on my neck to bring me closer. I almost completely relaxed into his touch, but the kiss was over way too soon for my liking.
I finally stood up and inched myself away from him. With a nod, he closed his eyes. That was the very last time I will see them.
As I prepped myself, I quietly whispered to him. "Goodbye, Charles."
He whispered back. "Goodbye."
I don't remember what it felt like to pull the trigger. It felt like it took ages for me to finally do it, standing over his body with tears flowing too freely down my red cheeks. He had stopped crying, but his eyes were still red and puffy and closed, so I didn't have to see them turn cold.
"Are you alright?" I heard Max's voice in the distance as I saw his and Lando's figure running up to me from the corner of my vision; still not looking away from Charles' now dead body.
"We heard a bang and ran here as fast as we could. We thought someth..." Lando's voice trailed off as he glanced over to Charles' body. "Oh... oh my god." He choked, his eyes immediately brimming with tears and his hands on his mouth.
"What..." Max asked silently, crouching near Charles' corpse as his own eyes started to grow red. "What happened?"
“There's no time to explain. We have to get out of here." I ordered as I started to hear shuffling from the nearby forest. The sun was also starting to set.
"How about the next group?" Lando asked.
"We'll do it tomorrow. It's getting dark." I answered; trying to keep my voice from cracking.
The duo nodded and flung the backpacks over their shoulders. I was still gripping Charles' gun on my hands as I took one final glance at him. I made a final smiling nod and the three of us then ran as fast as we could back to camp before the undead starts to find us.
• • •
Falling in love was something I'd never felt before. I'd always loved Charles, but never quite realized it until I said it out loud. It hit me like a storm hitting a beach, all at once and tearing apart everything I thought I knew.
I'd never really been in love with someone else before. There wasn't a need for it before the world changed.
After he was gone, I realized how much I missed everything he was. The way he was there to wake me up in the mornings, because as much as he hated waking up, I hated it way more, especially if you have a frying pan and a metal saddle as an alarm clock. How he always walked next to me when he could, not in front or behind. I missed how he paid attention to me, even when I didn't notice.
I was glad I fell in love with someone like Charles. Maybe in another life, another universe, it would have ended better for the two of us. Maybe he's a Formula 1 driver he has ever dreamed of when he was a kid, and I was his huge fan. Maybe he’s a videogame streamer and I was in my room watching him.
This world wasn't one for love and happy endings, however... but still, love bloomed, even if it had to get taken away in the end.
I suppose I didn't have good timing as well.