The day went by pretty slow. Classes came and went and everything was the same, but I could not get the words out of my head..
"17 years of waiting ended,
The world in need of being
As the days grow short while
the sky awaits,
Wings of ash will take the bait,
And it is light the darkness will take."
They echoed in my head.
“Serenity!” “Ughh, you never pay attention” said Lexy during lunch.
“oh, sorry” I said emotionless. We were standing in line to get the food the school was feeding us but I was not hungry I had too much on my mind to feel anything.
“Oh my god! He is sooo hot!” she said trying not to be obvious.
She pointed at a new student, no one had seen him before in our small school of about three hundred students. He had short slicked black hair, he was tall and had light green eyes that went perfectly with his light paleish brown color.
He noticed Lexy looking at him and smiled in our direction but I did not take much care in it. We went to sit down at our table next to the only window that was able to open. The cold breeze came in nice and slow.
“... and she was like he just hung up on my without thinking of me...” all of a sudden she froze, not a sound came from her mouth and the chewing stopped as if she saw a ghost.. Then, I felt a sudden burst of warmth coming from my right side.
“Hello, my name is William. I was wondering if I may sit here and join you?”
“Yes sure please do!” said Lexy.
He waited; as if he did not hear her answer.
“So are you going to join us?” I said with a cold expression.
“Oh, yeah thanks.” “so, such a depressing weather here isn't there?”
“Well I hate the weather here, but Serenity loves it!” said Lexy with an icy expression towards me.
“Is that true, Serenity?” he said in an understanding voice.
“Yeah... I enjoy the cold very much I have a history with it that makes me feel better than being in the heat.”
“Well I guess its pretty nice from time to time.” he said trying to make me happy.
The day went on slow. I did not hear much of William for the rest of the day but I kept getting a bad vibe from Lexy. The way she answered me and handed me things made it seem as if I ran over her cat.
“Mizzo” for the first time since I can remember the chills that went down my spine gave me a bad feeling, and as the clock ticked and tocked the time fro returning home came closer and closer...
This was the first time that school felt.... normal...