Dawn was approaching the town once more and as usual, everyone hid in terror. None usually came outside unless they saw another town folk walking the streets. Then, one by one, they'd go about with their business. Dusk was more than terrifying for everyone. They shut their eyes within their beds, listening to another victim slowly die throughout the night. It would follow with a girl's laughter. . then everything would go quiet. Only one person died that night and that's how it's always been. With one person gone, the next night would call out for another. Hakai remained within her house, unconsious on the floor of her livingroom. Her eyes opened ever so slightly and the gleaming blue orbs she had flickered at her awakening. She coughed lightly to her self and pushed herself up into a sitting position. All that was shown through her expression was worry. "Not again . ." she said to herself, peering at her crimson stained hands. Hakai bit her lower lip and fought back tears of panic before standing up and hurrying to a nearby sink, stumbling along the way. They didn't know yet. . none of them. She had a sweet and kind personality though when dusk approached, she was a whole different person. Hakai quickly turned the faucet on and rinsed off the dry blood that seemed to slightly provoke her. After doing so, she rinsed her face and let out a small sigh. As much as she was trying to maintain her breathing, her efforts weren't enough. "Why can't I just. . be normal!" Having said this, her right hand bawled into a fist and slammed the counter beside her. It shook and her eyes came to a close. Thoughts ran through her mind and her eyes shut even tighter. Eventually, she calmed herself and looked to the window just to her right. The sun was out and it was a brand new day; that's what she thought. . Though when night approached, it was as if she were repeating her actions on purpose. "Alright, Hakai," She said to herself, drying off her hands and face. "You'll be ok. You just need. . some fresh air. . .just wave and smile. . .wave and smile. ." A small cheerfull grin came to her lips and she nodded to herself. "You'll get better. You know you will." Hakai had a tendency to speak to herself and it's always been that way. She's never really had friends. It wasn't that she was treated all too differently. It was the fact that she didn't want any. There was never time to socialize and there was no way she'd want to let her little 'secret' spread throughout the city. Not now. She took a deep breath and looked to the front door before walking up to it. Hakai turned the knob, pulled the door open, and stepped out with a smile upon her face. She'd just take a little walk around town. Maybe then will she be able to keep herself under. . .control.