Scared shitless, I am still standing here not knowing what I'm supposed to do. A cold shocking pain goes through my body. Surprised, I look down at my feet to see them covered in ice. As the ice covers my whole body I can vaguely hear shouting and footsteps in the distance. I didn't have enough time to question the noise as my vision faded to black.
When I woke up I was in a prison cell lying on the cold, hard cement floor. The man that put me on the stage was outside the cell looking worried.
"How are you feeling?" the man said
I replay, "Cold, stiff, and confused."
"Sorry for putting you on the stage."
"No, it's ok." No, it not you dingus. I'm just polite.
After the conversation, he stood up to leave. Before I could ask him to let me the fuck out, he slammed the goddamn door on me. So here I am left there to sleep on the ground. As the single candle flickered with weak light, I realized that there was no bed. I waited for a while, thinking that he'll come back with like food or something but as time drew on, I became apparent that he isn't coming back. So, I decided to go to sleep.
The next day I wake up and see the February runaway student and other unfamiliar faces and the guy who has my phone. I struggle, trying to get out of the handcuff. The one taking notes starts whispering to the February student. I stop struggling and try to listen to what he was whispering about. Something about power, Ice blah blah blah body temp low blah blah blah blah. The February student tells the kid to come in and do something to me, he walks in and touches my shoulder, I flinch a little bit, He picks and carries me out of the cell.
He carries me to a cell with a bed, chair, table, and a candle. He sits me down in a chair, he pulls up another chair. He starts questioning me basic questions like "where are you from" and "who are you" which aren't weird questions. He was the February student from a yearly field trip every school in every district should take. These kinds of field trips are mandatory for every school in every state and county. Which for me is very weird I just don't really understand it, but that's the guardians' decision.
After he finished questioning me he left the cell.
TO BE CONTINUED