Bored, I sat on the wooden fence that surrounded the park, carefully, I leaned back, trying not to fall backwards onto the grass. I looked around desperately, searching pointlessly for something to do and failing miserably. The sky was grey and cloudy. Rain pattered down from the clouds, slicing through the air like tiny daggers before falling softly onto the ground. The swings swung ghostly as if someone was on them. The roundabout spun like someone was spinning it slowly. The trees rustled in the darkness. The wind blew loudly through the air, whistling in the eeriness of the air, brushing against the leaves of each tree. The cold air caressed my skin softly, making me shiver. I looked around me in search of humanity, and that’s when I first saw her. And in that single second, i knew, deep down, that she was the one for me. Her brown hair cascaded from a hair clip in a fountain at the back of her head. Her side fringe puffed out slightly. She was average height and she was wearing a neon pink and checkered shirt with black skinny jeans and black, long, sexy boots. I felt myself freeze. I stared at her longingly. As if feeling my gaze on her, she turned around to face me, her chocolate brown eyes gazing in my direction. A pink and black bow held her fringe away from eyes. Her big brown eyes looked so innocent and were easy to get lost in. Her moist lips were mesmerising. Her smile was beautiful and flawless; her body gave away small parts of her personality. For example by looking at her i could tell she was the fun, flirty, happy type of girl. After a while of staring at each other, I saw her say something to someone out of my sight before she walked across the empty, abandoned road and towards the fence I was sitting on.