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The Strange Meeting Essay

714 words - 3 pages

The Strange Meeting

Short story By: ChristieV
Mystery and crime

Summer leaves the libary one night, and bumps into a boy who looks familiar. She recieved a note a couple of says ago and it turns out its from the mysterious boy. What does he want? Why does he want to speak to her? And most of all, why does he look so familiar?

Submitted:May 15, 2011 Reads: 428 Comments: 8 Likes: 5

The strange Meeting.
Why the hell did I agree to this? Oh, that's right, my friends persuaded me to and they tagged along with me.The evening was cold as ice and the snow was pale on the floor, great day to go out. The hours went by and I was so sure, the cold outside would get worse. "I'll be going now, see you both tomorrow" I say to my two best friends holding up my hand as a sign to say goodbye. "See you later" Says Amelia to me and I left the libray to go ...view middle of the document...

He really looked familiar and I began to see his eyes turning into a calmer state.
A few days earlier, I had got a note by an unnamed person, my friends kept bugging me to go meet this person but I was worried to who I would find out who it is.
My friends planned it with me but my best friends agreed to go with me only, which made me feel more nervous.
I quickly shook myself out of my thinking and looked back at the boy. "Are you the one-" I began to ask but he cut me off by saying, "I'm very sorry I am late, I had buisness to attend to."
"Okay" I say sounding speechless and confused.
"Sorry if I interupted your evening plans" the boy said sounding sorry and sympathetic.
"Who the hell are you!?" I blurted out harshly.
"You know me Summer" the boy said to me smiling happily.
"I don't even know you," I say but I did, somehow, I did know him. Fear creeped within me and my heart began to speed.
"Just tell me who you are!"
"My name is Anton" he says to me calmly.
"So?" I sat back to him.
"I came here to-" he says but I cut him off by saying,
"Late, you came here late." He nodded at me and carried on to say,
"I came here late but I need to tell you something."
"Hello Anton" Said a new fresh voice sounding calm. I glanced behind Anton and a woman was there.
The woman had long blonde hair with a pale face. Anton started to look annoyed that his eyes turned into a firery dark blue colour and his hair started to look like a dark brown.
"Anton dear, your frightening the poor girl" she says putting her hand onto Anton's right shoulder.
"Alice, not right now" says Anton looking at me.
"Im very sorry" Says Alice looking at me with a look of need upon her face.
"I've got to go" I say panicked, I started to walk off but Anton stopped me by putting his hand onto my shoulder.
"I came here to give you a warning, becareful when you seek the truth" Anton says to me pulling away his hand.
And with that, I left feeling their eyes watching me and once I turned around for a last glance, they were gone.

What a strange meeting.

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