Damon looked up at Bonnie, agitated and feeling betrayed. “What are toi doing? You’re supposed to help me. toi just came back to finish what toi started, didn’t you?” he said.
“No, Damon” Bonnie a dit calm. “I am helping you”
“By putting me back here? How is that going to do any good?” Damon asked.
“I didn’t put toi back in here” Bonnie a dit cryptic. “You never left. Physically, sure. But deep down you’re still here and toi want to know why?”
“Please, yes, the curiosity is killing me” Damon replied sarcastically.
“Deep down toi think toi deserve this” Bonnie said.
“What?” Damon a dit confused.
“You’re not angry with me, because toi think I did something wrong. You’re angry, because toi believe toi deserved what happened last summer and toi hate that feeling. Since I gave toi that feeling you’re angry with me” Bonnie explained.
“You’re totally nuts” Damon a dit demeaning.
“And as long toi believe toi should be in here, toi will never really leave” Bonnie said.
“I know I shouldn’t be here” Damon snapped. “What you’re telling me is utter crap”
Bonnie raised her eyebrows. “Really? montrer me. Those chains are not cursed, so if toi really believe toi don’t belong here, why don’t toi get out?”
Damon stared at Bonnie, defeated. Bonnie nodded. “I’ll just sit here and wait, until toi come to your senses” And she sank down on the cold, dusty ground.