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My Fateful Encounter

Novel By: Lucy7102
Romance



16 year old Haley Willows is a girl who likes being herself. Shy but quite energetic and at the same time really helpful to the ones in need.Now entering Sakurasou High, she'll meet new friends, new classes and in the hope of her search, will she find the boy who promised her that they will meet again? View table of contents...


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Submitted:May 23, 2013    Reads: 42    Comments: 8    Likes: 4   


I woke up, seeing few faces staring at me. I was lying down on a hospital bed. Then I suddenly remembered me collapsing because I was sick. I don't remember someone bringing me here in the hospital at all.
"H-how long I've been out?" I ask, my voice still soft and weak.
Rhea was the closest person staring at me so she replied "A few hours. The doctor said you had a high fever because of lack of sleep and concentration. But you'll get out soon."
I sat up immediatley, looking around and then I saw Alex standing beside the door, disappointed and unhappy. "A-alex?" I called him.
He looked at me suprisingly and came to talk. "I'm sorry. I didn't mean to not notice your fever immediately. How could I've been so stupid?"
I tried to tell him again about it's not his fault but Mark steps forward to speak.
"It's not really your fault, Alex. You should've noticed it sooner but it's okay."
I blinked what Mark just said to him. He doesn't look like he's lying or he's sad. I only see the look of worry and calmness in his eyes and I really hope those two apologize soon.
"Haley," Clare called me, which made me look at her. She was placing her hands to her chest and wore a worried face. "it's my fault all along. I never should've left you alone."
I widened my eyes in shock. The others too. I don't understand. Clare felt so guilty that me feel lost on the whole conversation. She's not bad. I mean, the game about me not talking to Alex was one thing that I have suspected but why blaming herself now?
"Um, guys?" I called them. "Do you think maybe you could leave me alone for a while?"
Rhea stood up and hesitated, "But Haley--"
"Will be needing her rest for today." Alex finished.
I looked at Alex with a smile. He smiled back and then he led the others outside. I guess he cheered up a little after all what Mark have said. He can be a little mean and stupid at times, but I will be starting to get used to it.
Rough day for me, huh? I thought as I lie down on the bed and fell asleep.
...
When I returned back to the school, I managed to get back to my missed classes, did my homework fast and I finally caught up with my friends. I walked to the cafeteria until,
"Haley!"
I saw Rhea with a very exhausted and worried expression. She was with Ed this time too, also the same expression. They seem to be concerned about something.
"What's wrong?" I managed to ask.
"It can't be...The principal wants to see you. I don't accept this decision at all!" Rhea said, holding my shoulders and she was about to cry.
"W-what decision? I have to talk to the principal now, right? So I can know what's going on." I said and I hugged Rhea to calm her down.
Then I left the cafeteria, passed the hallway and then headed towards the office. I gulped nervously and knocked. And then I opened the door, revealing the principal sitting down.
"Ah! Ms. Willows. Sit down, please." he said.
I sat down a chair facing him and then I asked, "My friend Rhea, told me about you seeing me today. May I ask what's going on?"
"Ah. That. You missed your music class' pair presentation because of an illness, am I right?"
"Yes?" I nodded.
"It gives high points to your grades, too you know. Since you weren't there for that part, there is a possibility you might get transferred to Class B."




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