This is a new story that I came up with randomly. I just wanted to see how this one goes, so please read and review to tell me if you like it. Thanks dudes XD.
I woke up.
I woke up terrified!
I woke up shaking and trembling and unable to move!
I was overwhelmed by the cold that embraced me when I came back to my senses and I could feel my frozen muscles grinding against my joints!
I couldn't feel my arm. I couldn't move my arm! My arm felt as heavy as a cannon ball and I cannot even lift it one cm above the ground!
But that wasn't the worst thing. The worst thing was that I cannot remember anything! I don't know where I am … but I know that, determined by my painful back ache that I have slept on the cold stone floor all night!
My mind was crashing against my skull, I felt blood trickle down the back of my neck and I felt the sea water that sprayed on me from the clashing waves outside burn my skin, showing me that I had long gashes over my plastron.
But what confused me was that I couldn't see anything!
It was pitch black!
I opened my eyes and saw darkness and … I couldn't keep them open. My eyes were screaming in pain, I think I'm … blind?
I don't know what to do! I don't know where my brothers are and … I am terrified!
I don't remember anything about being captured, I only remember winning a fight against the foot and then secretly following the Kraang and then, I felt a sharp pain at the back of my head and it all went lights out!
I felt tears trickle down my cheeks; they were the only warmth that was provided and … I do not think a turtle can live in this condition.
It is winter, I am located somewhere near the sea and it is (considering I can't hear morning rush-hour) night, the coldest time of the day! Sensei told us that we shouldn't stay out for too long in this season … not without a coat anyway but, we didn't listen.
I suppose we were too cocky, thinking that we were invincible! I do not know why we haven't learnt! You would think that with everything that happened when Karai had tricked and captured us, putting us in separate rooms and then making us face dangerous tasks that we would have learnt that nothing ever goes the right way!
Suddenly, I heard a rusty, metal door screech as it swung open and shout as it closed. Then I heard footsteps of a supposedly light-weighted figure, but I didn't get a chance to hear anymore before I was forced back by my tiredness into a restless, fearful sleep.
The last thing that I did was hope, hope that my brothers were ok and were not in the same situation as me.