16: Alive

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Unexpectedly Bad
"This world's main characters are
you and me."

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     When I woke up the next day, I planned on cooking dinner for Aiden. He seemed really sad yesterday and I wanted to do something for him since he brought me to Queensboro Bridge.

     I admitted to myself that I actually cared about this guy. He was not just some other guy. He was special in some ways. In so many ways, he seemed like he didn't care at all about what was going around him. Everyone was too blind to see what was inside him. He cared about his family and that was one trait that every teenage boys lacked. All they did was fooling around with their friends, going out with girls, and spending money like it could came to them just in a blink of an eye.

     It was all very clear to me that Aiden had never felt loved or cared. I knew how bad it felt when you spent most of your times making people happy and they didn't appreciate it one bit.

      I was waiting for Aiden, leaning against his locker. A couple of minutes later he came and noticed me there. "Hey, what's up?" He said.

     "Hey, do you have plan for tonight?"

     "Uh, no. Why?" He furrowed his eyebrows.

     "Do you want to come over to my house?" I asked. He smirked and leaned against the locker next to me. His eyes were light up with amusement. "It's nothing like what you think it is."

     "So, what are we going to do in your house?" He winked.

     "Snap out of your dreams, Aiden." I rolled my eyes. "If you don't want to come then don't."

     I was about to leave when he grabbed my wrist and said, "I'll come. What time?"

     "Seven o'clock." I smiled and walked away.


     I was in the kitchen preparing dinner. I cooked Italian dish which consisted beef lasagna, garlic bread with melted mozzarella for dipping, and Vin Santo.

      I decided to have dinner on my balcony. The view was amazing from the balcony. There was two white chairs and a round table that used to be on the corner of the balcony. I pulled them to the center so we could get a better view. I used to drink tea in the morning or night on the balcony. It helped me clears my mind and I hoped it would help Aiden as well.

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