Unlucky Survivor Entry 10Entry 10, June 5th, 2016We are still stuck in the gym in Indianapolis. This is way longer then I wanted to be here. Over the past days, people have been getting on edge. The other day, one women rushed at the guards stationed at the exit to the high school. She was swinging a mop she found at them, but since they were already wearing heavy armor it didn't do anything. They just ended up tazzing her and dragging her off somewhere.Ally's been alright I guess. She keeps reading the books out of the school library, so I figure she is well enough entertained. I've been doing a bit of reading myself. It helps pass the time and helps your mind think back on how life was.I am really hoping to get out of here soon. Recently, people have been turning pale like Sophie when we drove out here. Normally when they do though, some CDC men come in a take them away. Generally their family members ask them what happened to them and they say they are being taken care of and will be in good health soon.
I Look Upon the SkyI look upon the sky,The waves washing my feet,The words roll from my lips,Like the waves brushing my feet,Were are you?Were are you girl of the sea?I wish you where here,Standing next to me,I hope you some day do,Cause all that's here now,Is me.The moon sits half full,Still within view of thee earth,Shinning the waves that kiss my feet,A shimmer off in the distance,Civilization from sea to sea.The men that stood upon this beach before,In search of new green,All for someone,Who's royalty was sure to be mean,Men who claimed it already,Not for a king,But for a god who is unseen,Now man stands upon this beach once more,Hoping to be set free.The wet sand around me,All shaped like a C,An ocean right in front of me,Shimmering like a sea should be,The moon provides the light,Not bright but dim,The stars that shine above,Bright as we all have seen,Now shinning down on me and the sea,All of which make this life seem so keen,With the sounds of pounding water,I