I'll start this story with "The End." You create the line of the story that would go just before "The End." The next poster will create the line before that.
If, while you're reading, you think something is missing in the story, add it. Each poster will do this until we get to the very beginning of the story!
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. . .
T h e E n d .
But she stood there, aimless. Only the sound of the wind rushing through the leaves. Cleo knows that no matter how hard it is, she have to say no this time.
She could not let this whole thing happen to her or anybody again. This is how the whole thing began, she had to remember, and she did as she ended his begging once and for all. She pulled the trigger.
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