My U N N A T U R A L attractionMy U N N A T U R A L attraction by Shay51
I smiled. You are so perfect. To the average person you're just like everyone else but I know better. I can spot a diamond even when it's not polished. Everyone else just doesn't understand you. I'm going to be your best friend. I breathed in with a heavy sigh. I just can't wait to see that smile. I tapped my foot repeatedly and looked around nervous, knowing he should be around any second now. It was cold out because winter had just come along but to me it was a meager chill considering I had just moved from Michigan not to long ago. A few girls from class tried to catch my eye and waved with big smiles. "Hey Amber." Monica, one of the girls, said brightly. I waved back and smiled brightly as they continued to walk along. I had to compose a nice expression so that my class mates won't see me as cold hearted but I hate girls. It's not like I purposely befriended them though, they came to me. It's because I'm pretty, I have long chestnut colored hair, my skin is nearly flawless, and I h
Reverence of the few - Chapter 8Reverence of the few - Chapter 8 by Shay51
Reverence of the few- chapter 8
A shiver went down my spine as the teacher, who was lecturing about something, paced back and forth between the rows of desks. Why is it so cold in the school all of a sudden? I actually think Ms. Conners like's that it's so cold in here, because it's hard to fall asleep now.
I eyed the clock ; trying to make time go faster. Only a few minutes left but I'm so ready to go. Math class is my least favorite subject, so I'm alway's really anxious to get out of class. I tapped my pencil rhythmicly and glanced around the room. I looked down beside me to see Marcus asleep. I guess the cold isn't bothering him.
The bell rang shrilly and made Marcus sit up quickly. I laughed at him, but he just stared at me drouzily. Everyone sped out of the classroom and clustered around the door.
Marcus wiped the drool off the side of his mouth and
Reverence of the few - Chapter 7Reverence of the few - Chapter 7 by Shay51
I blushed as June burried her face deeper into my sweater. I feel so bad for making her cry and now I have to leave her, which is even worse...but how am I going to do it? Maybe if I just speed up this process I can get out of here. I took a deep breath as I quickly hugged June back.
"It's ok....it's not your fault." I said in a sincere and sweet voice.
"Yeah it is..." A small mutter escaped from her.
Shit. It's not working and I don't have time for this. I stood up from my chair, hoping to tug away from June but amazingly she was still clinging my to me. Damn girl! Let go! I quickly hobbled over to Beans dragging June along.
Beans swung his head up to look at me. He shook his head and mouthed the words 'Oh, hell no.' but I ignored him and pryed June's arms off me and onto Beans, who tried to dodge her but was unsuccesful. That's what you get for saying I have a big butt. Beans gave me a death stare but I paid him no attention as I sprinted out the door.
As I exited the libary to my su
Reverence of the few - Chapter 6Reverence of the few - Chapter 6 by Shay51
Reverence of the few-Chapter 6
"Work, work, work." Ms. Willow mummbeled, sorting through the many papers on her desk.
She paused for a moment and got up rubbing her arms and shivering. The floor creaked noisily in the old classroom as she walked over to the window which was open and after some effort finally forcing the old window to slam noisily.
"Trouble with that window again?" Another teacher called from the hall.
Ms. Willow sighed. "Can't help these things, this school's so old..."
"I just finished grading my paper's so I'm on my way out, good luck finishing your's!" The other teacher yelled from the hallway.
"Yeah, I've still got a huge stack to check! See you tomarrow, Alice!"
Ms.Willow plopped back down into her seat and began degilantly checking papers. She did have an over whelming pile to check and it was already five oclock. Yet again she was the last teacher in the building, probally due to the large amount of students in he