Josephine's Narrate: A Short Story

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If the story was told in first person, the sister, Josephine would probably feel worried and concerned. Not knowing what was going on with her sister. It could be something along the lines of "I watched her walk to her room, struggling to hold herself as she locked the door behind her. I glanced at Richards and made my way to her bedroom door. I heard the heavy breathing coming from the other side. I quietly turned the knob and then fell to my knees. I pushed my lips against the key hole and softly begged for her to unlock the door. I knew what she was feeling, I knew she was making herself ill with grief. She was going to drink her life away. And I was completely helpless to the
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