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Artistically Tragic

By Megara Waters


Chapter 1

This was just an Idea I came up with, and it's super short on purpose. I just want to see if people enjoy the idea. So depending on how many reviews I get, I'll either continue to story or just leave it as this.

Chapter 1

In elementary school, when kids were finger painting their faces, I recall him making a life sized model of a butterfly, and succeeding. In middle school, when we were all slaving away to get into the high school of our choice, he had already had 3 art exhibits to his name. Now in high school, he's still amazing, he's still talented, brilliant, and gorgeous. He's also still completely out of my league.

I don't know when it was that I fell in love with him, but if I had to pick a specific moment- okay. That's a lie. September 23 1993, at exactly 3:32 p.m.. The moment where second recess was right at it's peak and I was in grade three. How do I know this? Well, I remember because my mother came to pick me up, and I confessed to having butterflies in my stomach and she had the talk with me, checked the time and date and wrote it down. It's currently still pinned onto my fridge all these years later, under the title "Himawari's first crush." I imagine if I had others they would be pinned up too, but, he's been my only one for a very, very long time. I know I'm pathetic, but honestly, the boy is perfect. In fact, I hate admitting it, but he's prettier than me. I don't want to brag or anything, but I am a fairly attractive human being. No. I am more than fairly attractive. Dammit, I am good looking. I'm smart too. Not brainiac smart but decent smart. I'm athletic, and I'm hard working. I'm a great catch, honest. It's just.... I have no artistic ability. At all, and he's all about art.

I've never talked to him. I've smiled politely, nodded in acknowledgment, waved shyly. I mean, he knows I exist. He just doesn't care. But, that's in the past now. I've decided that I Himawari Fuyu, am going to capture Sasori Akasuna's heart!

:) So I know it's Akasuna no Sasori, but i'm leaving it Sasori Akasuna for now.I hope you like it and review, it's up to you whether I continue!

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