Chapter 16 Rightful
- The sky was overshadowed by dark clouds, and no ray of sunlight could penetrate the thick layer of clouds. Rain was pouring down with no signs of abating. Rain fell, soaking the streets and cleaning up nature. There was no breeze or wind. The rain was pouring and pouring. She stood behind the thick glass windows, her gaze was drawn to each raindrop that glazed the earth. The day was gloomy, just like she felt; only the sky could cry to its heart's content, while she couldn't. She had no idea how long she had been standing there by her window. Ahe was jolted out of her trail of thoughts when her stomach growled loudly. She looked back at the clock, it was 3 in the afternoon and now when she thinks how long ago she had breakfast, it only makes her stomach growl louder. She walked into her kitchen, the sink still has the dirty dishes she left that day. Going through the cabinets, fridge, and pantry she found nothing good enough to use. Only spoiled milk, eggs, and vegetables. It has been over a month since she was here, so that explains this situation. The next thirty minutes she spent searching for her phone that was lying under her bed somehow and was dead. Putting it on charge she went through her contact which consists of only one number. After three rings, someone on the other end answered the phone, and a soft feminine voice spoke up.
- "Hello, Mia,"