The Birthday Essay

981 words - 4 pages

Milecivic exits the car and into the cold dark night, and with her bag thrown over her shoulder she returns to the place in which she calls home, the actions of today have just been the worst way to spend your birthday, and she knows it, lately the word rape sums up events that take place nearly every night, had she never been sent to London the situation in which she has found herself in would be nothing more than a nightmare, when she was just 13 her mother sent her to London with her brother to study, now fast-forward 2 years and she’s living alone in a tiny flat, her only way of income comes from selling herself to strangers, her brothers the cause of her predicament, he left after just ...view middle of the document...

The meddling nurse couldn’t just leave it, shell think that she’s helping and will maybe save a life, but the truth is shell never know the gravity of the damage she’s caused, now Milecivic is sitting facing the detective in the ward, he’s trying his best to calm her and reassuring her that no one will harm her, he’s bringing up reasons for why she needs to bring whomever did this to court and revealing knowledge that makes no sense to her, but little does the lawman know this very conversation could put her life in danger, a complete contrast to the safety she’s been assured, the conversation lasts about a half hour, and just before the detective leaves he makes note of a number to call on his card, it’s useless if she’s going to be stupid, no answers will come from her bruised lips.
Milecivic having received the treatment leaves the Hospital, she guesses she’s been there no longer than an hour thirty minutes , regardless she knows it’s getting late anyways, she needs to go give her pimp what she owes.
Milecivic arrives at her door, puts the key in the lock and turns it, and reaching out for the handle it dawns on her she’s been followed home, but before she turns around she feels the cold blade on her throat, and a voice whispers in her...

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