Morning soon came as I sat in my bed where I'd been at the day before. I hadn't slept and I couldn't think about falling asleep as I stared at all of the pictures. Carol sleepily opened my door as if trying not to wake me up. His eyes fell upon me and he grew cold at the sight of me staring at the picture of Viola and I. "Sora did you sleep?" Carol asked me and I stiffly moved my head to show him the small line of drool that dripped down my chin. I felt like I was asleep as I turned my head.
"Sleep?" I asked him and he grew worried at the drool.
"Yeah, did you sleep?" He asked me and I thought through his words.
"I didn't sleep," I answered as I weakly whipped the drool from my face and stiffly stood up. "I'm going to school," I said to Carol as I stood up and pushed by him after gripping my bag and dragging it behind me. I walked down the door almost expecting my mother to grab me and hug me happily. I was sadly disappointed as I neared the door and gripped the knob still wanting her to hug me. I pulled the door open and a loud screach from the bolts echoed through the house. I grew empty at the sound as it continued to echo inside my head.
That was the sound of nothing. The sound of emptiness that's soon to come. That was the start of the long days of pain and sorrow. I closed my eyes as the screach ceased to fade then I took a step out of the house and felt a sense of overwhelming sorrow swallow my body.
At school, I slouched as I walked through the grounds unable to focus on what people where saying to me. I sat down at my desk as if to be a ghost as people slowly filed into the class until the teacher stood at the front of the room with their chalk to the board. "Sky, how nice of you to join us," the teacher said as if to feel pitty for me but I stared blankly forward in reply and that's when people began to whisper as they shot worried glances at me. I could feel my spirit as it cocked the hammer of its gun and pressed it to my forehead. I felt the bullet as it blew through my head but I didn't feel the pain. I looked down at the desk as I pressed my bed to the desk and began to write a bunch of numbers down the desk in verticle columbs until the teacher gripped the end of my pen and stared at my desk. "Sky?" The teacher asked me as I stared at the numbers. "Do you need to leave for a moment?" The teacher asked me.
"No," I answered him as he sat my pen down in worry.
"Whipe it off," the teacher said to me so I used the cast on my arm to whipe up the ink as people grew silent.
Lunch had come and I sat outside under a tree alone until Maka slowly approched me. "Sora?" She asked me as I stifly looked up to show her the drool down my chin. "Is that something you do often?" She asked me and I frowned as my toung stayed at the bottem of my mouth. "You know, you're acting very strange," Maka said to me and I still refused to respond to her.
"Mr. Yamamaru please report to the computer lab. Mr. Yamamaru to the computer lab," the speakers around the school said and I stood up when I remembered the computer virus I'd placed on the computers. I then walked to the computer lab where a bunch of teachers stood in worry as all the computers gave off a strange laugh while the demonic face appeared with its evil grin.
"I'm sorry, I can't get it to stop," Mr. Yamamaru said as a sweat broke on his lip. I sat down at the main cumputer startling all of the teachers as I pressed my fingers to the keys of the keyboard and punched down a few keys and soon after the computers returned to normal. The teachers stared at me as I stood up gave them a slight bow then turned away and left the room.
Sometime soon after that, I sat in one of my classes looking through my bag only to find a letter from my mother that day she'd slipped something into my bag. I slowly opened the letter and grew sad when I found it was a good-day letter. I gritted my teeth as I wrinkled the letter in my hand catching some people's attention. "Rah!" I yelled as I stood up from my chair with my hands under my desk and sent it flying through the air.
People ducked in surprise as the desk crashed into the wall in the front of the room. "Sky go to the office!" The teacher yelled at me and I stormed away angrily as I dropped the letter on the floor. I pushed open the door to the office and everyone looked at me.
"Sky?" The lady behind the desk asked in concern.
"I threw a desk," I muttered and she frowned.
"Do you want to go home?" The lady asked me.
"Yes," I replied as I sat down in one of the leather seats and waited for Carol to pick me up.