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100% By Me, Levitation Love
Ever since i was little, i would always lay in the wheat field that was just over the hill from my house. It was my favourite place in the world. The wheat was tall, and dry, and some how, never got cut. I would run over the hill, a pig tails swinging in the air as i bolted down that grassy slope. What was so appealing about this wheat field? Well, i would have known back then. Now, i can only just remember lying in the wheat, staring at the light, nothing else.
For me, the wheat field was a place of peace, and hope. When i was there, i could dream, and not be afraid. I could wish, and not worry about the consequences. I could run, and laugh and not be heard. It was my heaven.
My sister Lia first introduced me to the Wheat Field. It was her place before mine.
The only happy memory i have of her is us two lying in the wheat field. Our hair was full of the little brown strands, our legs and arms long ago used to the itchyness.
She was 10; i was seven and she was my role model. I loved her with all my heart; she was my best friend, my inspiration.
That day, as we layed in the wheat field, I grasped my sisters hand and looked up into the sky.
"Lia, why do we spend so much time in the Wheat Field? What's its pull on us?"
"You don't love it?" She asked, a mocking term in her voice.
"No, no! But why, Lia, why?"
"You're silly, Avery." She said, picking up a strand of wheat and sticking it in her mouth. "Can't you feel the light, Ave? The Radiant Light. Feel the Radiant Light. It warms your face, it fills you up, heals us. Thats why we spend so much time here, why its our favourite place in the world. It's the Radiant Light."
I remember looking at Lia with such awe and amazement. Those 43 words, changed everything for me.
From then on, i was down at the Wheat Field, everyday, trying to soak up the Radiant Light that Lia had hyped up so much.
But before long, the appeal of the Wheat Field disappeared to Lia, and eventually, to me.
"LIA!" I screamed. "GET. OUT. OF. THE. BATHROOM! I NEED TO PEE!"
Inside, Lia's muffled voice sounded. "Use the downstairs one! I have a date to get ready for."
I sighed. The downstairs toilet had been broken for about a month, and my older sister knew it.
I rapped on the door once more. "Hurry up!" I said, as i walked back to my bedroom, slipping on my slippers.
I had just jumped onto my bed when i heard a door slam. I rushed out to the landing and whipped open the bathroom door.
I quickly locked it, then releaved myself, sighing with relef.
God, Lia had made a mess of the bathroom. Her dirty clothes were thrown around the room, her wet towel hung above my dry one, leaving it nothing but dry. The bench top was covered with her various pots of creams and lotions, make up and appliances. Once again, Lia had gone over to my side of the bench. I sighed and started to put everything back in place when i noticed something that shocked and horrified me to the core.
"LIA!! YOU BROKE MY BEST EYELINER!" I screamed, opening the door.
My sister appeared from her room, a cloud of purfume hanging around her as she slipped on her jimmy choo heels, her most prized possesion. It had taken her two years to save up for those shoes.
She shrugged her shoulders. "Not my fault you left it on my side. Besides, its not even that good. I'll buy you a new one. Stop worrying." She said has she paraded down the stairs. "BYE, MUM, BYE DAD." She yelled. "DON'T WAIT UP!"
I sighed as i walked back into the bathroom and began cleaning up again.
I really did hate my big sister.
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