Mrs. Auburn, Why do parents leave?, the little girl asked.
Sometimes the parents die or they choose not to take care of the child, You will understand eventually Esther, The woman known as Mrs. Auburn said.
So where is my mom and dad?, Esther asked.
That.....is something I may not tell you, You are too young for that kind of information, she said strictly.
Ok then, I am going to go outside if that is fine, Esther said.
Go ahead, but don't go too far, Mrs. Auburn said.
Esther grabbed her Nintendo and went out of the humid building, very hot in there. She couldn't ever really stand the heat of it.
As she went out, she saw a boy with red eyes and light blue hair looking to the ground. The boy looked at her with eyes of fear. When you look into the boys eyes, you would know that he was broken, and it broke her to see him scratching his next excessively to the point it was raw.
She walked up to him and gave him her Nintendo along with the charger. He looked at her and he grabbed it from her. He examined it and he looked at her again. He stood up and looked at her some more, Esther was worried.
She hugged the boy and told him, Keep it, and take care of it, What is your name?
T-Tenko Shimura, the boy said.
Well Tenko, take care of the Nintendo for me k, and don't scratch your neck too much okay?
He nodded and he walked away, giving her one last wave. She didn't feel the need to stay outside anymore, so she went back inside.
When she went back inside, she felt happy about what she did.
The boy known as Tenko looked at the Nintendo and wondered how it worked. He still remembered the way the girl with the black hair hugged him, it felt so warm and nice, and when he turned the Nintendo over, there was a sticker on it with her face on it, and some other stickers as well.
He wanted to see her again
He needed too.....
Back to Esther's POV................
The girl came back inside and sat down in her seat, with Mrs. Auburn sitting across her. The woman looked up and noticed she didn't have her video game
Where is your video game thing?