Run Away


RUN: to depart quickly; take to flight; flee or escape

When Rachel woke up the next morning, she realized that her time in Nottingham had come to an end. She got out of the bed and put on what she wore the day before. As she was dressing, her eyes wandered to the man on her bed- he had served her well. She walked over to him, kissed his temple.

She knew then that she needed to leave- before she became too attached. She had to escape, to run away- and running away was something she was very good at.