He wasn't much. A tall figure stood in front of me looking back and smiling. I waited outside, waiting for the underground train to arrive, but it wouldn't be arrive until another 5 minutes. My patience, runs thin. He looks at me again, quickly look away every time I turned to face him, I begin to grow scared. He wasn't much. Tall, thin, glasses tucked in his shirt which was a blue and gray plaid.He wored tight jeans and white shoes, his haird wasa darker or light colors and his face was smooth. He was attractive, but not much. As the train finally arrived in this dim underground waiting station, I quickly stepped onto the train when the doors opened. I traced my eyes at the guy, making sure to get as far away from him as possible.I head all the way back to the very last seat and sit down next to some guy who was angrily talking on the phone.I close my eyes and lean my head back. I suddenly open my eyes whenI feel someone sit next to me, whoever it was they smelled good. I know it's a guy, that scent is definately from a guy. I turn my head and noticed it was the guy who was staring at me earlier. Oh god, what does he want? He pretends to pay no attention to me.From the corner of his eye he looks at me and then slowly smiles.
"Do you need something?"I ask. He finally turns to me and for some reason, he seemed cutier.
" No,"He says softly. I sigh and then look away.
"You really shouldn't stare at people, it creeps them out."
"Really?I thought I was admiring, but I guess I was staring." I felt a bit stupid.
"Yeah, you're a nonbeliever." My smile grows.
"Yes, how did you know?"I ask.
"Well for one you are wearing the double bands on your wrist."I look down. Oh yeah.Double bands on your wrist means you are a nonbeliever, only teens know this so they don't get in trouble with their parents.
" Oh yeah. Are you one too?"I ask.
"Well, I'm not quite sure of myself, but I guess you can count me as one." I smile ever more, but quickly look away so he couldn't see.
"Good." Suddenly he makes himself comfortable.He opens his legs and sits back as he puts his right arm around the edge of my seat and raises the other one against his head. I pull my hood up and press my elbow into my hand that is resting on my lap.
"I'm Kam,"He tells me.
"You going somewhere special, Sei?"The way he said my name, softly, but deep as well.
"Going to pick up a few things for the house. You?"
"Going home, but if you need help carry whatever it is back to your house, I will take another ride up, if you want."I smile.
"No, that's ok, Idon't want to waste you time."
"It won't be, I'm not doing anything when I get home."
"Ok then. You're really doing me a big favor." He tilts his head back and closes his eyes. As the trainfinally stops in the fog filledend of town, I wait for the doors to open and head for the store. As I walk down the pavement Kam walksnext to me. He suddenly stops at a house, tall building leading up.
"Thisis my house. I needto get some money, would you like to come in?"He asks.Is this some sort of trap?He looks my age,I guess I can trust him.
"Sure,"I sayas I walk back. He opens the door with his key.He walks in and I do the same.Interesting.This isvery interesting. Very.