The End

My memories are foggy.. All I can remember is it being so cold.. So very cold.. Then nothingness. Empty darkness. Nothing.


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3. Meeting

"Hey, Yuki, what's wrong? You look like you've seen a ghost."

"Eh?" I liked at Shana and laughed. "What are you talking about, Shan?" I took her hand and ran into the building. Shana and I have been friends since I was really small. She's the only one who has ever believed me even after I told her that I was weird. Of course, that was pretty obvious. Ever since I can remember, I've been bullied over my appearance. Though I look feminine, I'm male. But that's not all.

My hair is snow white, my eyes are, well, red and my skin is so pale it's basically paper white. I'm not an albino though. My skin is not sensitive to UV rays. I'm perfectly normal. I was taken to the hospital a lot when I was younger. But they always said the same thing. I'm perfectly normal. No abnormalities whatsoever.

Sometimes I feel like I've done something twice even if it's the first time. I also have weird dreams sometimes. In these dreams, I become other people. I live their lives and I experience everything they do. It's all so real.

"Wow! It's so big!" Shana and I exclaimed as we entered the movie theater lobby. It was our first time since moving to Frosty Hallows that we went out together. We moved from the a small town to live here. Shana and I had saved money since we were little kids.

"Yuki, stay here. I'm going to the restroom." Shana said making me sit on a bench. She looked at me and smiled before she ran into the ladies' room. As I sat on the bench, I looked around at the people. There were people buying food and refreshments. People talking and just plain out hanging out together. It was a new experience, yet I felt like I'd done it before. It was as though I'd been here before. Foggy images formed in my mind. I was greeted by a cold presence and I snapped out of it. It was weird, but with Shana gone, I suddenly felt vulnerable. I hugged myself and waited as I had been told.

"Excuse me, but are you waiting for someone?"

I looked up and saw a really handsome face. My mouth hung open as I looked at them. They had alluring green eyes and black hair. Skin not too dark not too light. It was a familiar face, but only seemed that way. He looked to be in his mid teens of not later.

"Yes.. I am, actually." He smiled at my answer and nodded.

"Right then. I was making sure because you looked like you were about to cry." He smiled at me. His smile was radiant. It was almost like fantasy. I looked around to make sure I wasn't really imagining this person talking to me. As expected, there were a bunch of people staring in our direction as they walked by. He was catching the eyes of everyone. And I was here too. My phobia of attention made me want to cry. But they weren't really looking at me. I made myself look back at him.

"Do you mind if I wait with you? I'm also waiting for someone to come out. They're taking longer than I'd hoped."

"T-that's.. You don't have to ask me." I looked down at my lap. Why did it feel like I knew him? It was odd, but I didn't like the feeling. It bothered me for some reason.

"Yuki, let's go." I looked up and saw Shana. A smile warmed up on my face as I nodded amend turned to the boy as I stood up. "Thank you for your company." He simply smiled and nodded and Shana and I left. During the movie, she wouldn't stop teasing me about the guy. I kept shushing her as I was trying to forget about him. The fact that he'd felt so familiar, though, really stuck to me.

"Ahh I forgot to pay attention to the movie!" Shana wailed when the movie ended. "It's your fault, Yuki, for meeting that hot guy."

"That.. really makes no sense, Shan.." I said tying not to laugh. I couldn't help but smile though. Well, what're the odds of him and I meeting again like that, right?

After the movie, Shana and I made our way to the ice show. Another thing that was completely new to me. I mean, until recently, I didn't even know that there was a world outside the small village that I grew up in. I don't remember anything from before I woke up in my room when I was little. It was like I'd woken up from a never-ending nightmare. But even when I was sure I was awake, I felt like I was still dreaming.

"! YUKI!" I snapped out of my daze and looked at Shana. She was looking at me with worry and concern on her face. I shook my head and asked her what she wanted.

"Are you okay?" She asked. She touched my forehead and hers at the sane time. "You were completely out of it for a bit. I've been calling out your name for ten minutes straight."

"Sorry. I got lost in thought..." I saw the look that she didn't believe me cross her face. She obviously was worried about me. That was one of the reasons I loved her. She cared so much for me. She was always there for me when I needed her. I wondered if I was any use to her. As her best friend, I wanted to be the one who helped her in her times of need. Though I knew that that much wound change.

"Anyway, where do you want to go now? We've seen a lot of the city today. We should head home. Our first day of school is tomorrow after all." She linked her arm around mine and laid her head in my shoulder. "I hope we're put in the same class. I'll cry if they separate us."

I laughed at her words. I mean, it wasn't funny to us because being together was one of our promises we'd made to each other. But hearing her say it was a little funny. I squeezed her arm and smiled.

"We'll be okay." When I said that, a sense of deja vu hit me and a painful stab resonated in my head. I kept my face emotionless and tried not to show it. The pain didn't last very long. It stopped only a few moments after it came.

"I wonder what kind of people we'll meet."

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