|In The Heat of The Moment
Author: Misunderstood Pineapple PM
In the heat of the moment. That's how I live. I act before I think, and almost always end up getting hurt. It is beyond my control and there is nothing I can do to change. This is who I am, but sometimes I wish it wasn't.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Drama - Words: 367 - Published: 12-03-12 - id: 3079862
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I stood in the crowd, my heart racing, my hands outstretched. I felt girls from all sides try to barge me out-of-the-way, but I pushed back. I had waited all night for this, and I wasn't about to have it taken away. I pressed up against the edge of the stage, securing my spot at the front. I looked at the middle of the stage, where the boys were waiting to begin their song.
As the music started, I reached my arms out more, but the boys hadn't moved away their blocks yet. I listened as the girls around me were screaming for The Collective, and I joined in, but there was really only of them that I was screaming for. Jayden Sierra. The boy who had haunted my thoughts since he had first auditioned for X Factor. I watched his every move, screaming his name as he sang.
As soon as he approached centre stage, I hung on the corner of it, half of my body on, half off. I stretched my arms out until they were around a metre away from his legs and screamed louder. He walked forward, literally centimetres away from me, so I hoisted my body up on the stage more. I was able to touch his pants now. I grabbed a fistful of his pants and pulled towards me, successfully obtaining his attention. He looked down at my hand, following it back to my body, and smiled at me. I smiled back, reaching my hand up. He grasped it in his hand, causing me to squeal like a young child. As he went to move on, I held tight to his hand, refusing to let go. As it was Trent's solo, I didn't really see why I had to let go. When he realised that I didn't plan on letting go of his hand, he looked back at me with a genuine smile, and I almost fainted.
"I love you Jayden!" I screamed out, losing my grip on his hand. I watched as he started to sing with the other boys, realising that my want for Jayden Sierra had just multiplied by thousands.