(Lucy sat alone in her room. Her day hadn't been any better than her older sister's. She was alienated at her elementary school. While many of her classmates tended to ignore her existence because of her eeriness, this time around, they flocked to the farthest side of the room to get away from her as humanly possible. At this point, Haiku had completely severed her friendship with her. They would pass each other in the hall often, passing side glances at each other without speaking. Not even Rocky wanted much to do with her anymore. Shortly after the funeral, Rocky broke up with her. Lucy was always the somber type of girl, but this incident pained her as though a knife were deeply lodged in her heart. Lucy quickly walked away from Rocky, and she secluded herself in a dark room. Once there, she wept bitterly. Her typical monotonous attitude broke that instant, revealing herself as the 8-year-old girl she truly was.
Lucy flops onto her belly, and slides a box from her under her bed. She