"Collette?"

"Collette?"

"Collette, come out come out where ever you are"
"Sweetie, stop this! Nobody is there. I know you're bored, but please stop this."
The sweet little innocent four year old looked at her mother with pleading honest eyes.
"But mommy, I'm just playing hide and seek with Collette"
"Honey, I know we just moved here but playing hide and seek with your 'imaginary' friend won't make any new friends, now will it?"
"But Mommy, Collette is real"
"She is to you sweetie, now be a good little girl and just play with the grass or something"
"But-
"No buts! Now behave!"
The little girl went further into the open field away from her mother, looking down in sadness at the fact that her own mother yelled at her for nothing but playing a game, with a friend. Suddenly she herd giggling from a few feet ahead, looking up to see a girl of the same age, having bright crystal blue eyes, raven black hair with a purple shine being held in two braided pigtails that hung over her shoulders ending just above her waist, wearing a pure black dress that ended a little bit lower than her knees, arms length ending at her elbows, smiling back at her.
The little girl sparkled with joy and ran over to her friend, hugging her tight.
"What's wrong Molly? You found me"
"I know, it's my mom"
"Did she say something?"
"She said you weren't real"
"Did she yell at you for playing with me?"
"…yes" Molly said as she started crying.
"I'm so sorry Molly"
"I don't think she will let us play together any more…"
"How long do you want to play together?"
Not knowing much, little four year old Molly said "Forever"
"Then your wish shall be granted…"
That night Molly went to bed early, being very tired from playing all day with Collette. Downstairs, her mother was sitting by the fireplace watching the open fire and drinking some tea.
"You shouldn't be so mean to a sweet little girl like Molly"
Molly's mother jerked in her chair in surprise, almost dropping her cup of tea.
"W-Who are you?" She stuttered as she looked in the direction of the voice that called out to her, finding a little innocent looking girl with piercing crystal blue eyes.
"Molly wants to play, but you won't let her" Collette said as she stared intensely at Molly mother.
"She shouldn't play with imaginary friends or people, she needs real people, real friends"
In one swift movement the little girl was gone, and in a flash was right behind Molly's mother.
"Is this imaginary?" Collette said in a brief moment, but quicker than that being said she slashed Molly's 

mother with a sword cutting her head completely off, massive amounts of thick red liquid going in almost every direction…

When Molly woke up the sun was shining and the day was beautiful. She quickly got out of bed, got dressed and headed down stairs to go out and play. When reaching the living room where the fire place was she saw that it was completely clean almost shining in the sunlight of early morning, and there she found Collette, sitting in her mother's chair.
"Collette!"
"Hi, Molly"
"What are you doing here?"
"We finally get to play together forever, just like you wanted"
"Really?"
"Yep"
Both little girls had giant smiles on there faces. They finally got to play together…forever.