Author: FouMaison PM
"Dreams are just dreams right? So why do mine seem so real?" Meet Raven, a seventeen year-old girl who has been having odd dreams, she doesn't know how or why they happen. All she knows is that she's falling for her Mystery Boy.Rated: Fiction M - English - Humor/Romance - Chapters: 6 - Words: 6,014 - Updated: 05-05-12 - Published: 03-29-12 - id: 3009136
|A+ A- Full 3/4 1/2 Expand Tighten|
I yawned, feeling Kashi tug my arm.
"Come on dork, we're almost home; you can nap all you want then," I nodded, stumbling slightly and feeling Kashi hoist one of my arms onto her shoulder. "Come on you lazy ass." I laughed weakly, trying not to stumble.
"You look drunk." I laughed again feeling someone else hoist my arm around their shoulders.
"It's nice to see you too Jack." He grinned at me, and Kashi sighed.
"Great," she muttered. "Two idiots." Jack grinned, and she grinned back. Jack could be an asshole, but he was pretty hot; and he was funny, though he swore a lot.
"So what brings you to our little corner of town Jack?" He glanced at me, pushing his red hair out of his face and laughed.
"Lucas called and said Kashi might need help moving your lazy ass home; he said something about how you were tired and didn't feel like getting a ride from him. He sounded hurt." Jack stared at me intently, his gray eyes glittering, and I shrugged. Kashi glanced at Jack and frowned, sighing.
"What?" Kashi looked at me and shook her head. "What?" I repeated, hoping for an answer this time. Jack poked my side, making me squeal.
"If you're going to play dead, then act dead!" I scowled at him, attempting to flick his ear and failing, both my arms were basically pinned. I sighed, taking my arms back and crossing them.
"How much longer 'till we reach my house Kashi?"
"I don't know, a few blocks or so." I stopped walking, falling to the ground and closing my eyes.
"Go on without me! I'm not going to make it!" Kashi sighed and Jack laughed, tapping my side with his foot.
"Get off your ass, we need to move. I have to get home soon and have a swearing contest with my brother."
"Jack, you could put a sailor to shame!" Kashi scowled at him and he laughed. I smiled briefly, keeping my eyes closed and debating whether I could actually fall asleep or not. I felt someone slide their arms underneath me, and I gasped.
"Put me down Jack!"
"I'm afraid I can't do that."
"And why the hell not!"
"Because you decided to play dead." He laughed, and I blushed; trying to squirm away.
"Put her down Jack, before she loses blood from blushing so much." He laughed again, setting me down on my feet. I growled at him, hiding behind Kashi.
"Save me!" She sighed, pushing me away and grabbing her cell phone.
"That's it; I'm calling Lucas to drive you home. I'm getting a migraine." I grabbed her arm and gave her my puppy dog look.
"Stay the night?" Jack laughed as Kashi crumbled, nodding weakly. I laughed, jumping around her. She sighed, calling Lucas and explaining that she was too tired to deal with Jack and me anymore, and asking if he could pick us up. She stuttered at something he asked and I looked at her curiously, she shook her head at me and hung up.
"Alright, he's coming in a few minutes." I jumped up and down and Jack smirked.
"How do you have energy? I thought you were too tired to carry on?"
"Shut up!" He laughed and mussed my hair, I growled, attempting to bite his wrist. Kashi flicked the back of my head and I yelped, rubbing the spot she'd hit.
"That hurt Kashi!" She smirked.
"Stop being so damn annoying." I gaped at her and kicked Jack.
"Look what you've done to my Kashi!" Kashi cut in. "Your Kashi?" I waved at her dismissively, and continued. "You've ruined her Jack! RUINED!" I kicked him again, laughing when he swore repeatedly and tried to grab my arm. I squealed when he finally got me, pulling me close against him and trapping me in his arms.
I heard a gasp and looked over to see Lucas staring at Jack and me dumbly.
"What's wrong Lucas?" He stuttered, glancing at Kashi who merely shrugged and climbed into the car. I struggled out of Jack's grip and slid into the car next to Kashi, climbing into her lap and grinning.
Lucas stayed by Jack for a while, they seemed to be arguing. And in the end Jack laughed and walked away, flipping him off as he went.
Lucas climbed into the car, frowning and staring at me; curled in Kashi's lap. Kashi shrugged, trying to shift me off of her.
"Hey Lucas, what happened?" I asked as I wrapped my arms around Kashi's leg, having been kicked to the floor of the car.
"Nothing Ravi." I pouted, attempting to hit him.
"Tell me Lucas!" He sighed and shook his head; Kashi patted me absently probably daydreaming about Mr. Hata. I sighed, leaning against Kashi's leg and falling asleep.
I gasped, feeling someone tap my head; I looked up, rubbing my eyes.
"What Kashi?" I yawned slightly.
"We can't stay in Lucas's car forever Ravi, we should probably get out now." I sighed and slid out the door, stretching slightly and yawning. I grabbed my backpack and stumbled into the house.
"Mom I'm home! Kashi's spending the night!"
"It's a school night young lady!"
"Whatever mom!" I tripped up the steps, falling on my face a few times and getting bruised in the process. I swore a few times, grabbing an ice pack from my bathroom and falling on my bed, stroking Matsu as she curled up into my side.
I placed the ice pack on my cheek, where the biggest bruise was, I winced at the cold.
"You look like shit."
"That makes me feel so much better Kashi, thank you." She grinned, patting my knee where my other bruise was. I swore at her and she laughed.
"Get some sleep, while you napped in the car I convinced Lucas to do our homework." I gaped at her.
"How!" She laughed.
"Blackmail," I stared at her and started laughing while she patted my knee. "Now seriously get some sleep, you look really tired." I nodded and curled up into a ball. Kashi patted my knee again and climbed off my bed, lying down on the cushioned seat by my window; where she usually sleeps when she spends the night.
I yawned, wrapping my arms around Matsu and cuddling her close.
"Hey." His voice was soft and worried; he wrapped his arms around me and pulled me close.
"Hi!" I buried my face in his neck and he chuckled lightly. I looked up at him, peering at his face and trying to make out distinct features. He gasped, and I could feel his hands ball up into fists. "What's wrong?"
"Why do you have a bruise on your face?" He voice came out slightly strangled. I gaped at him, stuttering slightly.
"I-I I just fell." He stroked my cheek.
"You're not lying are you?"
"No! Of course not! Why would I be?" He opened his mouth, pausing slightly before sighing.
"I saw the argument between those two boys after you climbed into the shorter one's car. I was worried he'd hit you before he dropped you off at home." I gaped at him.
"Were you spying on me?" I swore he was blushing, if only I could see more of his face.
"Not exactly, I live nearby that area. I was walking home when I saw the argument."
"What!" He chuckled and patted my head.
"Never mind." I scowled at him and he buried his face in my hair. "You have to go soon."
"How can you tell when I have to go?" He laughed and stroked my hair. "Well?"
"Another time, another night." I growled and he laughed again, kissing my forehead. "Until next time." I sighed, feeling the dream slip out of my grasp.