The prisoner behind the mask of Julia’s face entered in the SP corridor and soon reached the cell no. 108. Unlocking the bars, she stepped inside the dark room, with a glass jar put right in a center. “Come out, you useless freaks.” scolded Julia, stomping her feet on the ground. “Leader is so disappointed with you!”
The clunk of the shackled broke the silence as the invisible man, bound in the chains came into light by making himself visible. “Who are you? And how do you know about the leader?”
“It’s me, Fealus, you cowdung.” Julia shouted, and then touched her neck and whispered “I hate when my voice sounds feminine.”
“Fealus!” the man said surprised. “I never expected you would come to – Did leader send you to get us?”
“Who else, you think, walnut-brain? He is so angry because of you both. I fear that the moment he sees both of you, he will tear you apart.”, said Julia in a deep tone. “Where is she? That careless crap! In this glass jar?”
The moment the word escaped Julia’s mouth, the glass jar exploded and all the water got splashed on the walls. “Who are you calling Careless Crap!?” the girl shouted with anger flaring in her eyes. “We were such an idiot that we followed your plan and divided. You are the careless crap, not me!”
Soon after, they all were ready to escape. But a problem came in their way, “How could you be so foolish to break that jar?” the man with the invisible power spoke. “Only Fealus entered this cell. I won’t make trouble because I can get invisible, but if they noticed two of us coming out, when only one of us got in. We won’t be able to make out of this ever.”
The girl looked at the ground, feeling sorry. But there was no wrinkle of worry on Fealus’s forehead. “I knew something similar would happen. So, I planned it before.” Fealus picked out the empty water bottle that he hid in the uniform for the exact circumstances. “Get in this, Karisa” The girl without another thought, turned into water and flowed right into the bottle.
“Lazek, come on. We have already wasted a lot of time. Leader must be waiting for us.” Fealus spoke as he adjusted the water bottle, now filled, in Julia’s police uniform. “Fealous, wait. I need to tell you something.”, said Lazek.
“What!?” Fealus shouted. “How could you do this, Lazek? You know leader will kill you before even thinking once the moment he gets to know that you had disclosed his plan with someone else.”
“Don’t say that. I never shared his plan, I don’t even know what his plan is. I just told about our last location, under the cotton plant.” Lazek spoke as fast as he could to calm Fealous down.
“Who was that you shared it all with?” Fealous demanded.
Lazek tried to remember the name that shone on his badge, glittering by the ball of fire. “Mark Estern. Yes, that was his name”
Fealus stood silent, thinking deep. “We can’t afford him living. He has to be eliminated.”
Estern and Julia ran to the SP corridor, with a desperate hope to find the third prisoner there. How could he fool us so easily?! Dammit! Estern slid his ID card in, and ran to the cell. The bar was opened, they had escaped. He lit is torch – shackles were broken, the glass jar was shattered on the ground. Nothing was left. Julia went inside scanning the walls for any sort of clue, but nothing was there. “I’m so sorry, Sir. I never knew that the child could be him.” said Julia, seeking forgiveness. But Estern didn’t spoke a word, I hate losing!
“A defeat will make you bow, but can’t force you crawling,
What defines you is how well you rise after falling.”
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