The Realization That I Was Completely Alone Essay

1961 Words Jul 14th, 2015 8 Pages
The realization that I was completely alone was not a sudden one. It came over me in an excruciatingly slow way. The idea at this point is so ingrained in me, I cannot

imagine a time when it was not evident. I live in a world of darkness, unpenetrated by even the bravest of souls. I stare at the group of people around me. I don 't know

them, they don 't know me. "Hey, what 's up?" I duck my head down as my cheeks redden. In an instant I decide that I will pretend to have not heard. The boy sits down at the desk in front of me,

"I 'm throwing a party on Saturday, do you want to come?" he says. I shake my head, hoping that he 'll get a clue and leave me alone. He doesn 't, "I would really love for

you to come, it 's gonna be really fun," I shake my head again. "I can 't," my voice cracks from disuse. "Why?" His retort was quick. I bite my bottom lip. Was guy really going to make me talk. I open my mouth to give some lame excuse, luckily I 'm cut off by the bell

ringing. I practically run to my algebra class. Sliding into my seat, I take a deep breath. Everythings okay, I got away. My relief is short-lived. For occupying the desk next to mine is the same boy. I push hot breath out through clenched teeth. "This is not your class," I nearly hiss. He smirks in response, "If you don 't leave me alone, I 'm going to tell the teacher." I put on a smirk to match his. "Ooh, I 'm so scared." He winks at me. I feel the overwhelming need to punch him,…

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