The screaming broke through the false protection of the glass school doors. When you walked in almost all of the boys would be lined up on two separate sides of the main hallway. Four handsome teenage boys walked down the aisle made by the kind young boys screaming as they passed.
One of the boys had short silver hair. He seemed to be the leader of the group. He was wearing a silver shiny shirt that was super tight against his skin and a white flashy jacket over that. His jeans were tight white denims with a black skull on the left pant leg. The male’s eyes were sky blue and shined brightly. He had a smile on his face and was blowing kisses all around him. He brushed some hair out of his eyes and waved to everyone. All the teenagers surrounding him were absolutely astounding; except for one boy, who didn’t seem interested.
The young man standing at the end of the aisle was a shirt dark haired male. He was simple wearing a blue shirt covered by a green jacket that hid almost every aspect of his body. His jeans were regular black denims. And his shoes were a little dirty and a little worn through. He was holding his books tightly to his chest and a Swedish laptop case was slung over his left shoulder held still between his hips and his left arm.
The school (If you haven’t figured out yet) is all boys’ school located at the top of a very dormant mountain. The Mountain was on an island separated from the rest of humanity. Saint Christopher’s All boys Academy was what it was called, founded 50 years ago by Christopher Jeans. Saint Christopher’s was originally a school for both boys and girls, but after a few years of complaining, breaking rules, and negligent behavior, the school board decided to send the girls to a different school, and the boys stayed isolated.
“This isn’t your own personal parade party Sky, stop making a ruckus!” The voice came from the dark haired boy standing in the middle of the crowed aisle.
The young man addressed as sky looked up and his gleeful face turned sour at the sight of the man. “Hm Aiden, have a nice summer did you.”
Aiden didn’t answer him he just walked away. It was true. His summer was a lot better than most. He was left alone to read and write his music on the piano. Best of all Sky Malone was not there to bother him. It was just peaceful and quiet, but that was soon shattered by the news he would be roommates with Sky that year.
The four boys: Sky Malone, Jake Warner, Len Yurna, and Travin Joy; were always put in two separate rooms, at least for the last two years. Now they were told to be assigned new roommates who weren’t related to them by friends. Of course they had to put Sky with Aiden Jaynen because no one hated sky more than that kid.
“Hey Aiden See you back in the room!” Sky called after him
“Bite me.” Was all that he said.
Without going back to the room Aiden went to the lunch room. They weren’t having any classes it was just getting things squared away. He decided it might be better to try and read his book where he might find so peace. However, when he got there it was filled with noisy kids fighting over food and talking away about their summer. After searching the libraries Aiden Finally gave in and walked himself to the men’s Dorm house.
The house was a very large building surrounded by different plants, some that Aiden had never seen before. His sea foam green eyes searched through the flowers but found nothing significantly outstanding about them. The house was separated into 5 different floors each floor was for a different grade. The first was for freshman, second for sophomores and so on. The top floor was for the Dorm heads, there were only 2 dorm heads for each grade. On the bottom floor was also located a private Library for honor students. Aiden was one of those honor students but almost never used that library unless he was desperate from some peace or was doing research.
Aiden quickly walked up the 2 flights of stairs to get to his dorm room. He walked by about 20 other rooms before he reached his own. Aiden Jaynen was impressed with how neat the halls looks compared the last day of school last year.
Because of the boys tendency to misbehave when the teachers left the school a day early they decided to throw a party. Needless to say the halls were filled with all sorts of trash’ plastic cups, confetti, toilet paper, candy wrappers and even under garments. If anything made Aiden different from the other boys was that he hated parties. He wasn’t the kind of person to take off his cloths and dance around like a maniac while drinking. He preferred to stay in his room and read a book while drinking a bottle of water. It was for this reason that people tended to not like him. Actually mostly people ignored his existence completely and he pretended he was the only person living at the time. It was easier for him to pretend nobody else existed.
Aiden walked opened the pale door and walked into a surprising scene. His bed had already been made since he had gotten there the day before. The Four boys were very loudly talking about their summer apart from each other. Sky was walking around the room organizing his things. That left the other boys sitting on his bed flipping through sports and men fashion magazines.
“Hey Aiden, so I was thinking we should go on a date during thanksgiving break.” Travin said in his deep needy voice. Traven was a blond haired boy who dressed in dark clothing all the time. He was also named ‘The Dark Charm’ by some freshman last year after he seduced the entire English class.
“No way Tray… Aiden has to go on a date with me first!” Jake interrupted. Jake and Travin looked like brothers. They had the same blond hair, and wore the same dark clothing. But Unlike Travin he approaches in a more ‘lonely prince’ style.
Simultaneously one by one the four boys joined in, in a practical choir-like form, fighting over Aiden like he was property. It was giving him a headache and after close consideration he just sat on his satin blankets and took out a book. The four boys continued on their ramble until finally sky said something that shocked Aiden with a surprising heart race.
“Please Boys, I said last year, Aiden’s heart and body is all mine.” He looked over at Aiden with that dark scheming look. Aiden’s looked down and sighed. He thought of something clever and just decided to say it.
“If you guys want to date someone so bad, than date each other, I’m not interested in your pathetic game of ‘Who’s the most Gay’” Aiden rolled his eyes as all the boys looked at him. Even Sky was a little shocked to hear him come up with something so clever. Aiden was usually the one to take in the teasing and taunting, he never fought back.
“What if we want you more?” Len chimed in.
“Then obviously you want disappointment.” Aiden didn’t look up from his book. His eyes stayed glue to the pages almost forming a portrait inside of his mind. Even still he could feel the eyes of his roommate and his friends staring at him, burning a hole through his brain.
“Hmmm you became pretty brave over the summer Cutie.” Aiden Flinched at the nickname given to him by Sky. He had been given many names. But Sky has always called him Mr. Grade A Student.
“If you’re going to give me a nickname make it worth something to me not some stupid nickname like ‘cutie’” He answered in return to Sky. Surprisingly it made Sky smile a little. It was barely noticeable but Aiden noticed it.
“Are you going to participating in this year’s Opening Show Mr. Grade a Student?” Len asked.
“Does it really matter?” For Aiden he hated his music being putting on for show. He almost always participated in the show playing some music of his own. This year he was considering just staying in bed for the show. He would leave after his performance anyway. There was never any reason to stay around and listen to people who were too brave to try or too dumb to do well.
“Aw come on Aidey, we are all looking forward to your performance.” Sky chimed in along with his other friends, hell-bent on tormenting the poor boy.
“Call me that again and you won’t be awake to know.”
Sky raised his hands in defense and just went back to unpacking his things. His friends shrugged their shoulders and figured that if Sky wasn’t going to Taunt Aiden then neither were they.
Long minutes passed by as they continued their chattering. Aiden’s book was helping him ignore all of them by capturing his imagination in a long lost, fantasy world with dragons and kings. If he had to choose, Aiden would escape the dreadful moronic-ridden school for the wonderful world in his book; A place where no one, not ever Sky Malone, could destroy his fun. It was almost as though he could touch the very dirty but neatly sculpted figures in the Garden of the king. Aiden could swear he could taste the freshly baked bread within the bakery. The young dark boy could even hear the-
“Aiden is in the magazine!” Len sang out as he held up a magazine and everyone crowded him.
“Young student at Saint Christopher’s Private All Boys School played a wonderful melody at his father’s charity Banquet for his school. He lifted the hearts of many with a song that many had heard called “When you find me” and a new song written by himself that he name “A Lie to Myself” everyone is wondering…” Sky read off the pages as Aiden mentally kicked himself. He kept his eyes on his book unable to read the words praying that they wouldn’t start asking questions.
“Wow Aiden, now I really want a date with you.” Jake torn the magazine away from Sky and raised an eyebrow at Aiden.
“It’s a stupid magazine, no big deal.” He tried to calm down the anxious boys around him to know more about that article.
“My Dear, sweet, young Aiden,” Travin Joy slid himself off the bed and sat next to Aiden showing him the article. “This is not just some magazine; this is THE music magazine that anyone interested in being anyone reads, and you, bright minded friend, are being talked about on the 10th page. It’s all about you.”
The young boy sighed and pushed Travin away from him. “I have no interest in being anything to any of you guys so forget it. Second of all don’t ever call me your dear, sweet Aiden.”
In a very frustrated moment Aiden stood up and put the bookmark back into the book where he had last red. He went into the bathroom and came out a few moments later with a black jacket on.
“If you’ll be kind enough as to excuse me, I’m going somewhere that I won’t be pestered by a bunch of morons.”
Laughing Sky stood up and got in Aiden’s way before he reached the door.
“Aiden I really would watch what you say to me and my friends. In case you forgot,” He leaned down very close to the teenagers ear and whispered as softly as he could. “I own this school, that means I own everyone in it.” He paused for a second and pulled away. “That includes you.
Dark haired Aiden opened the door and left slamming it shut behind him. He didn’t really know what was going to happen this year, but for some reason as he was walking downstairs to the Honor Library, Aiden got a very bad feeling about Sky and his goonies.