The Game (Urban Fiction)
He told me, "The game so addicting ma, ain't no way imma' get out." I never argued, I just listened. But little did I know, I should've stopped him, I should've told him, "No!" Let him know that this wasn't the best life for him. The game killed him, and it killed me to. It killed all of us, including his family. But the game never stops, it keeps going. If you want to get out, you got to play it right. And if you don't, then that's your life. After Jahron died, I expected it all to be done, but in all actuality, it just begun.
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