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Forget & Forgive

By Mystie Johnson

Action / Romance

Chapter 1: Am I Crazy?

                                    *Mystie's POV*

"We should hang out Friday." I told Leena as we walked out of the library to her locker.

"Sure what you wanna do?" She asked as we arrived at her locker. She started opening her locker, when she went to open it, it wouldn't work. "Stupid locker, I hate the numbers on this lock, you can hardly see them."

"Least its not my locker." I said as she finally got her locker open. "Some mornings the light is off in the hallway where my locker is, so I cant even see the numbers because there so faded and its so dark."

"That must suck." Said Leena as she put lunch box away and got her binder and math book. As she got her math book in her arms I grabbed her water bottle and she closed her locker. We turned around and headed to Algebra.

"Well, to math it is." I said excited, I loved math, it was my favorite subject. Yes, its hard, but that's what I love about it. You can always learn more math, it never stops.

"Technically we have to go to your locker first." She said as we walked up the ramp. "But, yeah, to math it is. So, how do you think you did on the quiz?"

"Probably 100%, its review from what we learned last year in Pre-Algebra." I said and all of a sudden someone rammed into me. I hate how small these hallways. There's over 800 students and the hallway is still as big as it was when it was first built, which wasn't very big.

"You okay?" Leena asked as we arrived in the 6th grade hallway, the hallway specifically a hallway where all the 6th grade classrooms are.

"Yeah," I said as we reached my locker. Quickly I did my combination, opened and as I was grabbing my binder when the bell rang, quickly I got my math book, notebook and book and put it all in my arms, which was quite difficult because of the size of my book.

I got my water bottle, closed my locker, and walked out of the hallway into the entryway and before I entered the next hallway I was looking out one of the front door windows and I saw a bird fly away, or what I thought it was a bird, and I later regretted not looking at it closely.

I walked into the hallway and entered my class, and my teacher was still in the hallway. I went to my desk at the front of the middle row while Leena went to the last desk in the row to my right.

As I was writing down the planner(Notes on what we did/homework we have) I thought about what I saw outside.

When I saw it I thought it was just a bird, but now that I thought about it, it didn't look like a student, and it didn't have school supplies.

It was an older kid and he had a weird outfit on. He had a white shirt on with even whiter pants on. On it there was weird belt like things holding the outfit in place, they went along his legs and on his torso. Over it they had a tan high cut jean jacket and a green cape over that. For shoes he had knee length brown leather boots.

His outfit wasn't even the weirdest part was that he had metal box things. Then I saw him click something on the box and all of a sudden he was flying away. As he flew I could've sworn I thought I saw him draw a sword, or more two, long swords that didn't look fake.

But it all happened really fast and I didn't get a good look, it was probably just a trick of the eye. Yet, something kept itching at the back of my mind.

Then the my teacher walked in as the bell rung and brought me out of my thoughts.

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