Keeping my head down, I try to walk out of the school without being picked on by the others. I just want to go home.

“Whoa! Where did you think you’re going ugly?” Alicia shoved me into the lockers. What happen to us? We used to fight together not against each other. Several kids started to show up and started to push, kicked, shoved, and yelled at me.

“You don’t belong here, you fat girl!”

“You don’t deserve to live.”

They left me lying on the floor by myself. I try to get up and slipped but before I hit the floor, a hand catch me and help me stand up.

“Are you okay?” he asked me.

“Thank you,” I said. Keeping my head low, afraid to see him in the eye.

“Aren’t you friends with them?” he raised one eyebrow at me.

“I’m just not one of them. I guess, I can’t fit in.” Slowly, I lift my head to see his face, his dashing face that made me frozen in the spot.

“Well, you’re better off without them,” he gave a smile as he continues “You can just hang with me, I’m Eden by the way,” as he gave me his hand for me to shake. I just stared at his hand, blinking a couple of times, still frozen. He put his hand down when I don’t shake it “Well I should go, I’ll see you around?” he said it with a smile and when I don’t answer, he started to move back and leave me. Before he reached the exit door he turned around and said “ You know the saying, you can’t fit in if you were born to stand out”

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