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Mommy, I'm Scared

Mommy, I’m Scared

By: Drac Von Stoller

Copyright January 16, 2015 by Drac Von Stoller

Shakespir Edition

Carol Anne would always fear the night because she knew when she laid her head down on her pillow her nightmares would suffocate her as she squeezed her doll with all her might as though it would be her last. Every night just shortly after midnight she would scream out for her mommy, but the screams would soon go unnoticed because when her mother would come in and check on her she would find no reason to believe her daughters fear. To make matters worse she had no bedroom door so anything she saw at her door would only ignite the situation.

Every morning when she sat with her mother at the kitchen table for breakfast reliving the experience of her nightmares over and over in hopes her mother would believe what she is telling her is not a dream. Finally, her mother said “If you don’t stop this nonsense you are going to get the spanking of your life.” Carol just looked in her mother’s cold dark eyes as tears flowed down her cheeks saying “Mommy, don’t worry when morning comes I won’t be sitting at the breakfast table pleading with you to believe what I say is true.”

Again night came and Carol Anne climbed into her bed knowing this would probably be the last time she screamed and held her dolly in her arms for comfort.

Sure enough when morning came everything Carol Anne said to her mother at the breakfast table that morning came true. Carol Anne’s mother was cooking breakfast and set the table and called out to Carol Anne to get her breakfast before it got cold. Several minutes later her mother threw her apron down in anger and marched upstairs to her daughter’s bedroom to see why she hasn’t made her way down for breakfast. She opened Carol Anne’s bedroom door and dropped to her knees screaming and crying and said “Why didn’t I listen to her pleas for help?” She got up off her knees in a daze and walked up to Carol Anne’s bed staring at her daughters severed head in shock and disbelief. She slowly reached over and removed a note that had been nailed into Carol Anne’s severed head. She opened the bloodstained note as the tears flowed down her cheeks, again dropping to her knees at the bedside. The note read “This is what happens when parents don’t listen to their children.” Ha! Ha! Ha!

Carol Anne’s body was never found and her mother had to live the rest of her days with the nightmare of the horrible memory of her daughter’s murder saying “If I only would have taken her seriously then we would still be together, but should of, would of, could of, doesn’t bring back my daughter.”

Lesson to be learned if a child talks about things that go bump in the night maybe you should hear them out and show compassion before you find yourself in the same situation Carol Anne’s mother was in.


Mommy, I'm Scared

Carol Anne would always fear the night because she knew when she laid her head down on her pillow her nightmares would suffocate her as she squeezed her doll with all her might as though it would be her last. Every night just shortly after midnight she would scream out for her mommy, but the screams would soon go unnoticed because when her mother would come in and check on her she would find no reason to believe her daughters fear. To make matters worse she had no bedroom door so anything she saw at her door would only ignite the situation. Every morning when she sat with her mother at the kitchen table for breakfast reliving the experience of her nightmares over and over in hopes her mother would believe what she is telling her is not a dream. Finally, her mother said “If you don’t stop this nonsense you are going to get the spanking of your life.” Carol just looked in her mother’s cold dark eyes as tears flowed down her cheeks saying “Mommy, don’t worry when morning comes I won’t be sitting at the breakfast table pleading with you to believe what I say is true.” Again night came and Carol Anne climbed into her bed knowing this would probably be the last time she screamed and held her dolly in her arms for comfort.

  • ISBN: 9781310977176
  • Author: Drac Von Stoller
  • Published: 2015-11-29 05:35:10
  • Words: 517
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