Ten Thousand Walks Part 62

Ten Thousand Walks

She looked at me her eyes blue then she looked at the box and then back at me. “You didn’t drink any so I have the advantage now.” She said with a smile, making me I laughed. Really you have the advantage I don’t think so, you almost killed yourself earlier, and look at you clothes they are all ripped up and even you skin is red and bruised, look at me I don’t even have a scratch on me.” I said to her with a smirk on my face. She looked at me and kept looking back at the bottles. “You don’t know what this is do you?” she asked.

Nope I don’t know what it is, I’m not told what’s in a package just where to take it and how much to collect for it.” I answered her; I was hoping that now that she was talking she would tell me what I wanted to know. But, I didn’t think that was going to happen as she pulled the box and cover it, sitting holding it behind her back and staring at me. I knew she must be in a lot of pain and couldn’t run from me much more even if she wanted to the pain would shut her body down if she tried again. She must have realized that she didn’t have the advantage as she stated pushing herself back with her legs trying to protect the box.

“Look you see the coat that’s over you right now, that’s mine and its worth more than that package by far trust me. So why don’t you just tell me what’s in that box.” I said to her. “It’s called Shadow; it’s a drug that lets you move very fast in a very short burst. You must be taking it to if you were able to keep up with me. So why don’t you look like I do, is there a different one that you take that doesn’t have theses side effects.” She said to me as her hands started to shake. “I’m not taking anything to be able to move like this, I have been train for years to do this, maybe longer than you have been alive. How old are you anyway.” I spoke in a very low voice as not to make her feel like I was cornering her.

“I’m not young I’m almost as old as you are I’ll be twenty five in a few weeks.” I burst out laughing I couldn’t hold it in when she said that. “How old do you think I am?” I said trying to contain my laughter very badly. After a bit, I stopped laughing, and she answered me. “30? I mean you can’t be that old.” I was shocked by how old she thought I was but then again I do look very good for my age. “No little one I’m closer to 200 than I am to 25, I’m actually over one hundred and fifty years old, but I stopped counting. I figured that there was no point in counting if I was never going to die it just seemed a bit childish and well out of place for someone like me.” I said to her with a smile.

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