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Alices Vision

Summary:
When the Cullen's left, Bella became dead to the world. But what if Alices has a vision of Bella's new life and the end of it. over 9500+ read so start reviewing. NEW CHAPTER UP 28/1/12


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5. The break out

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Chapter Four

- Rosalie’s point of view

With a flick of my wrist the guards were down.

All too easy was it for a 60kg woman to take down four 100kg men. The joy of being a vampire.

I could hear all the other patients screams as they echoed of the walls, I could hear a woman in the solitary block praying to god and I could hear the nurses playing poker in the staff room, but none of these things are what I am looking for.

I reached down to pick up the guards register and looked for Bella; relief flooded my body when I read her name.

Room 215. Swan, Isabella.

As I ran through the hospital, I passed hundreds of rooms that held screams of the insane at bay. I reached the hallway that held Bella and I could hear two guards doing their nightly walk around.

The first one was easy, an elderly nurse that was walking with the two guards.

"Hope she doesn’t have a heart attack" I though sourly

The first guard went easily but when I went for the second one I froze, I could hear her panicking...scurrying around her room. I knew the guard had heard her as he headed for her door.

I moved quickly.

The moment my fist met his face I heard it.

The hiss. The hiss of pleasure.

"Not again" I though sadly

I walked slowly to the bolted door, my foot steps in sync with the tearing of her flesh under the sharpened edge.

I picked the keys up off the floor from where they had fallen and put the key in the lock. I heard Bella freeze...then run, looking for any escape.

As I walked into the room, I spotted Bella huddled in the corner of the room.

I held my hands up in surrender, trying to show that I didn’t mean her any harm. I slowly moved towards her but the smell of her blood hit me full force causing me to fall back a couple of steps.

"Oh Bella, What have you done" before I knew it, she had fainted.

I couldn’t move, her scent was so strong. I could see the trail of blood that had dripped down her legs and her white bloody gown clung to her legs as I child to its mother.

"Think of Emmet" I chanted to myself over and over. I held my breathe as I moved to pick her up. I moved swiftly through the hospital passing the screams again, the whole time I chanted "Think of Emmet"

Getting past the new set of nurses that were starting their shift was easy; they didn’t even notice me running past.

Once we made it outside, I placed Bella on the grass and ran as fast as I could in the opposite direction. Taking a deep breathe of fresh clean air, I started to head back. Bella was still lying were I had placed her, she looked so peaceful but different, She looked nothing like the girl we had left, the girl I hated. The girl in front of me looked dead, her hair was messy and matted, and her once natural pale complection looked sour and unnatural while her face looked shallow and deflated.

I could do nothing but look at her, we had caused this. All this could have been prevented if we had just never left. I had a feeling that this would never end. Even if she forgives us, she would never be the same; she was now tortured and scarred. Her will to live gone.

She would never agree to be one of us now. The name Cullen was dead to her now.

Having no where to take her, unable to take her to the house as Edward would demand to see her and any motels around Forks were owned by people she knew. I called the one person I knew I could trust.

Charlie.