Late At Night Essay

2487 words - 10 pages

It was quite late at night. The glowing whiteness of the moon was acting like a sun. The stars, well they were not to be seen, since the air was so polluted. A boy named Kaiden James was getting back from his friends house. He was on a bus. Which was packed its buses extension. He understood that his mum was calling him but he could not do anything. He couldn't mange to get his phone out. Sighing… he visualized someone in the corner of his eyes staring at him too frequently. Whenever his eyes made interaction with that man, the man was looking dead at him. At this point Kaiden was alarmed. He thought that man was looking at him a bit too frequently for no apparent reason. Kaiden was a not a typical schoolboy. He was very rich, well not him but his parents. He was of 15 years old. He was of average height. He was a muscular boy .His presence was noticed, due to his broad shoulders. His eyes were hazel and changed in the summer to blue and but currently they were green His hair was normally a high top with a bit of hair on the sides. But On that day his hair was not being noticed as he had wore a black puffy coat with his hood up so only his think eyebrows were noticeable. He wore his hood up because he wanted people to think he is a person not to be messed around with. That and he didn't want to be approached, as it was quite late at night. He wore burgundy chinos also with a Hermes belt reflecting on his rich family. As he was standing on the bus, He wanted to check what the time was and how he was of time. He went up to the driver cabin and saw the little digital clock on the corner of the cabin 20:38 and 53 seconds it read.He saw that his stop was not for another 15 minutes. Standing the bottom of the stairs he decided to go up. His loud stomps on the stairs made him instantly recognized. When he scoped the top deck for any space. Everyone observed him; Kaiden was feeling a bit shy at the moment. He found it kind of amusing as well. His face showed it all. Still looking, There was one next to a girl; She looked of similar age and looked familiar, that was just Kaiden probably. She had big brown eyes and dark brown hair, which made her look even more appealing. He made the decision take that seat, He was thinking, Yes I didn't get a seat to an old women or a boy. As he was about to sit down, he observed that there was some rubbish on the seat? Being pleasant rather unusual. Kaiden asked if that piece of litter was the girls who sitting beside the window guessing that it was she since she was next to it. "Excuse me is that piece of litter yours". Kaiden asked politely. No response. Kaiden was annoyed at her since there was no answer. He decided to ask again. "Excuse Me!" this time Kaiden increased the tone and volume of this voice. There was a sudden response. Noticing the girl's movement. She seemed to reach for her ear as if there was something stuck? But no she wanted to remove her earphones from her ear. "Sorry" the girl gave a reply...

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