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DearDear Mrs. Scotto,I really do hate you. I hate you so much that I want to throw you out the window. Sometimes during class when your being a jerk I imagine stabbing you or plowing you into a meat grinder. Ah, such wonderful thoughts. You may call me psychotic. Because truthfully, I think i'm a psycho too. In heart and in mind, I am crazy in both the good and bad way. Personally, I don't mind it.But, that isn't the point. The point is to tell you how much I really do hate you.My passion of hatred for you is like the burning of a thousand suns. I hate you so much that I wish you would just keel over in class. Though, I know that won't happen. At least, not while i'm here. Personally, I could care less about you life and what happened in it. And I could care less about how people were more civilized back then than it is now. Like you always tell us; Forget the past and pay attention to the present!Good day to you, madam. Actually, let me rephrase that. Have a horrible day, madam.Your
Mizuki In WonderlandMizuki sat in the run down chair, flipping pages through a book, reading silently. The golden rays of sunlight shifted slowly around the room as the evening sun began to slowly sink. "...Uki! Mizuki!" He broke out of his trance at the voice of his dreadful step mother. The blonde rolled his eye from under his glasses and groaned. "Yes, mother." He gritted his teeth as he called her 'mother.' "Mizuki. Go into the attic and get the old sewing machine! The one down stairs broke!" He clenched his fist fist and closed his one good eye, gritting his teeth once again in annoyance. "You could have at least said 'please.'" He muttered under his breath before going towards an abandoned room. It was dark and dusty, making him cough and stumble over boxes. "Shiz!" - That was his replacement for the curse word. For if his step mother found out, she would beat him to no end. - He hissed the word as he fell, scratching his leg in a deep wound. "I'll clean it later. I have to get into the attic right