Phoebe."Can I please have all girls come down to the auditorium, immediately? Thank you."
The principal's voice rang throughout the empty hallways and into the student-filled classrooms. The teachers stopped to hear the announcement. They were confused, in fact, everyone was. But most curious of all, was fifteen year old Phoebe Nelson. She headed toward the auditorium along with the others. All of the other students were just as confused and curious as the next. One boy had even tried to get by the teacher.
The auditorium was full of girls. That may appeal to most guys, but not me. The girl I'm looking for has to be in here somewhere. I just have to find her.
Everyone was sitting in the auditorium. Most of them, like me, were talking to their friends sitting next to each other. Me and Stella were sitting near the front. The one thing that did catch my attention was the boy standing next to the principal on the stage. The boy was tapping on the microphone, sending a low, but loud, thud
alone.sometimes i question. why?
why do i always pick those kind of friends? why?
no matter what i do.
no matter how dry my humor is.
no matter how hard i try,
they always split.
always two groups.
and i'm stuck in the middle.
always talking behind each other's backs.
always acting like best friends.
stuck in the middle.
every single time.
i have never felt so alone.
pouring rain.they were the best of friends. just him and her.
"catch me if you can!" she yelled, as she ran towards the field.
she turned around, just enough to see him catching up to her.
next thing she knew, she was on the ground laughing,
with him at her side.
she suddenly felt the pressure of his lips against hers.
she was surprised.
after realizing what he was doing, he jolted back.
she looked up at him.
his eyes were full of saddness.
"i'm sorry, i know you don't feel the same way," he said, his voice gruff.
he got up and started to walk away.
it began to rain.
she chased after him, took his hands in hers, looked into his eyes and said,
"i do feel the same way."
and there they stood, kissing in the pouring rain.