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INTYWIDFAL (Chapter 21)
I woke up in a dark room. I was still lying in the bed I was in before. I sat up and tried to get out. I got to a mirror 'a mirror in a house of vampires?' and looked at myself. My hair was totally ruffled, my skin was quite pale and somehow I looked a bit transparent. I was able to see a bit of the bed behind me. 'Didn't Gee say that they gave me blood?' I had a bandage around my neck. I pulled it down on the right side where Mikey bit me. It was all red and the rims were inflamed. It looked horrible and I pulled the bandage back up again. I walked to the door and started searching for Gerard or anybody else.
After about three minutes of searching I found them all three sitting in the living room.
"Hey." was all I said before I stumbled over the carpet and landed in front of Gee's legs who pulled me up onto his lap where I cuddled into his chest.
"Frank. You shouldn't walk around." he mumbled into my ear. I just nodded lightly.
"Gimme coffee." I mumbled which earned me a giggle from M
INTYWIDFAL (Chapter 20)
"Urg..." I mumbled, sqeezing my eyes shut because of the sudden light. My head and neck hurt.
"Gerard! He's waking up." I heard an unfamilar voice say. It sounded like a young girl but somehow dusty. 'How can a voice be dusty?'
Footsteps. Somebody sqeezed my hand softly. "Frankie, can you hear me? If so, sqeeze back." Gerard's voice.
I did as I was told, slowly opening my eyes a bit. "Oh Frankie, I'm so sorry for Mikey's behavior. You lost quite much blood and we had to give you some of our blood to save you..."
"Am I a vampire now?" I asked almost silent, he would hear me anyways.
"No. You didn't die. We gave you quite a lot of my blood at first but it wasn't enough. So we also put some of Mikey's blood in. Now you..."
I passed out again.
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