I’m Not Cold Hearted (XXI)

As soon as he was out of sight, I went to Blake’s room and convinced him to go out. We went down the stairs, and on the door we saw a few sticky notes, one of them read “ Glamis High School, 7AM, 9th of September” which is probably the first day of school. We went out for a walk but Blake hesitated going further and returned instants later. I walked for a couple more miles then rested in a small café called “Ferrero”, its location was simply impeccable. I browsed through the menu to look for something edible other than the cheesecake, then an overweight, bald man with a massive mustache stumbled upon the table and broke a couple of empty glasses that were on the table, shortly afterwards, he kept apologizing and told me that I can order anything I want for free. So I decided I’d for the cheesecake and maybe I’ll try ordering something new next time. While taking the order he asked me.

“ Where are you from, young man?”

“USA” I answered uninterestingly/

“ I knew you weren’t from here, you see this is a traditional café and I know each one of my customer’s names, and I have a feeling your going to be my favorite” He said with an enormous smile on his face.

“ Haha, well that’s good” I answered him.

“Well, I’ll be back with your order shortly” he said then shuffled off.


Shortly after, the man served the white chocolate raspberry cheesecake. It was Smooth and rich, heavy and yet so easy to swallow. It Melted in my mouth and left me longing for just one more bite. He sipped me some coffee and left seconds after, his nametag read Alfred Williams.

 I left the café and headed towards the bus stop, I waited there for about twenty minutes until Blake called me and told me to head back to the house but I refused and then decided to walk instead of take the bus. While walking, a cold breeze brushed through me and that was the only thing that made me realize that I’m free, no more locked rooms, and security guards. I kept staring at the sky and reminiscing about my family and friends whom I haven’t seen in years. The sky was beautiful, The sun had completed its tour for the day, and had now been replaced by countless stars, which dotted the inky sky. A low, fading whopping moon floated tenuously in the nightfall sky, giving a very dim light. Then unexpectedly I bumped into someone, it was a girl, but not any girl, and she was the most stunning beautiful girl. 


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