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Total Blackout STEPHANIE LEMOINE - DAY 2 (part 2)

Author:Super_nugget Category:urban Update time:2024-06-11 09:26:59

The sun was still high in the sky, barely obscured by a light layer of clouds, although it was starting to get late. The streets of Paris were eerily quiet where the angry crowd had passed. The broken shop windows were numerous, and shards of glass littered the hot asphalt. When the sun's rays shone upon them, they sparkled like diamonds or stars. The abandoned cars in the middle of the road had also suffered the wrath of the protesters, although they were in no way responsible for the outage.

A young girl with blue-dyed hair, a small black leather jacket, and faded black jeans with holes at the knees walked in the middle of the street like a zombie, her shoulders slumped and her head bowed. She could see nothing or very little, avoiding the wreckage of cars, buses, and motorcycles only by reflex.

Stephanie had headed straight for her high school and realized that its doors were closed. On the large white gate through which she usually passed to go to class, a message had been left for parents and students. It had been written in black marker and taped directly onto the bars. It stated that the teaching staff could not ensure classes, supervision, and the protection of students, which had led the principal to close the school until the situation returned to normal.

The disillusioned young revolutionary struggled to read the paper and couldn't help but laugh bitterly.

A return to normal? Haha… That won't happen. Nothing will return to normal.<

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A tear began to trickle down her cheek without her attempting to wipe it away. Although the air was mild, she trembled like a leaf. Like a lost soul, she resumed her walk, avoiding people on her path as if they were the plague.

Before she knew it, she found herself in front of the front door of her house. She stood there like a statue, hesitating to turn the handle. She was terrified at the mere thought of facing her parents. She knew she would be punished, but that wasn't the worst part. She feared more than anything the look they would give her when they found out what she had done.

Finally, the white plastic door was opened from the inside. It was her mother, and clearly, she was not in a good mood.

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