Silent, But Still Goin'

They didn't want me to be with him so they beat me up. It caused trauma so bad I never wanted to speak again. I played it off as if it made me mute.

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1. Prologue

My four best friends-Maddie, Tori, Haley, Catie-and I walked into the caf self-absorbed in our lives. Well...Catie's life. Her boyfriend had cheated on her and it was all any of those four could talk about. He had cheated on her. I didn't take part in any of that conversation, they really shouldn't be talking about it if they want Catie to get over it and live her own life. They were also fueling the fire that her ex had started by cheating on her. They needed to stop.

I spotted Kael out of the corner of my eye and I looked over at him. He smiled at me and I grinned back at him. One of his friends looked at him then me with a dirty look, making me laugh a little bit. It was going to take way more than that to get me away from Kael.

Catie looked over at me and frowned, "Why the hell are you laughing when I'm having a crisis?" She looked in the direction that I was looking and scowled at me. Haley frowned at me aswell. Are they serious? This why I really don't talk that much about personally stuff with them.

"Stop looking at Kael! He's a loser." Catie said angrily.

"You could do soo much better. Why not one of the football players? You are a cheerleader." Maddie explained. They all seemed to agree with her.

"You know what? I don't think I'll sit with you guys today. By the way, without me, you won't be able to get our usual table." And with that, I walked away from them and bought my lunch.

There was an open seat next to Kael and I went to his table and sat down. He smiled at me and happily elbowed me. All of his friends just stared at us in disbelief. I smiled at them and opened my lemonade.

"Kael? Is there something you forgot to tell us?" A girl asked. Her expression was unsure, but filled with jealousy.

"Nope. Why?"

"Dude, the leader of the Polo Bitches just sat next to you. And earlier, she smiled at you." One of the guys at the table said. They all stared at us and out of the corner of my eye, I saw Kael's face start to turn red. My face was turning red as well, I just knew it. I bet they thought we were secretly dating now. He did not just call me a bitch!

"I'm sorry. What?" I stared at this guy furiously. He winked at me. That's what had set me off. I climbed over the table and pushed him out of his seat.

I was on top if him, about to beat the shit outta him. I punched him repeatedly and he squirmed. He started trying to fight back, but I pinned his arms to the ground with one hand and beat his chest with the other. His face was bleeding and bruised, but he smirked and winked at me.

Someone grabbed me by the waist and pulled me off of him. I knew it was a girl because of the demonic giggle she had. That annoying laugh of hers filled my ears as she whispered, "You don't know how long I've wanted to do this to you."

She pushed my head into the tile covered wall and very sharp pain spread across my skull. I felt a liquid on the side of my forehead and I put my hand on it. It was blood and there was lots of it.

The next hour was a blur. I never passed out, nor did I ever cry. I just sat in that cafeteria silently, frozen in trauma. My head was bleeding, but I could never bring myself to get up. Not a single muscle in me moved. My eyes never averted from the spot on the wall across from me. I was completely frozen. Kael had lifted me off of the ground and my eyes shut instantly.

**4 hours later

I sat up with alertness, looking around to see where I was. A smile grew on my face when I saw that I was in the comfort of my home and not still sitting on the cold hard floors of the school cafeteria. Tears welled up in my eyes as what happened earlier today replayed in my head over and over. It scared me how hard she pushed my head against that wall and how I'd never met this girl, yet she hated me that much. I buried my head in my knees and silently cried.

You don't know how long I've wanted to do this to you.

Hearing her voice in my head made me cry even harder. It had scared me. She and I had never acknowledged each other, yet she had such great hatred for me. I'd never done a thing to her.

Then I realized something. The whole time that I cried a sound hadn't come out of my mouth.

That hit had knocked my voice out.

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