The Valentines

              Ten years had pasted since Vincent had left and the skies remained calm from all the darkness. It was as if evil itself had vanished from the entire universe. There wasn’t a day he didn’t regret leaving, but it was he suppose to do? The power that lived in him is what kept the evil returning. He had to protect not only the world but his heart and soul. His family.


             I walked down the hallway to one of the kids-No. ‘They’re not children anymore, get it through your skull’ I thought to myself. And I was right, which I usually am, about everything. My sweet children we’re no longer children. They were young adults. The oldest would soon be turning twenty and my youngest eighteen. Now I know what you’re thinking, ‘But Ivy, you’re so beautiful and…

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