WW21. Part 51.
I'll have short, sucky parts now
Cold wind blew against my skin, making goosebumps appear all over my body. I pulled my legs up to my chest, slightly rocking myself on this unfamiliar bench.
I glanced around the area one more time, tears distorting my vision. I didn't know where I had landed myself at. This place was completely strange for me, and the dark sky didn't support my decision at all.
I didn't know why I had to run out of the house like that. I wish I would just have kicked James out of the damn house and not come here myself. I had lost my way, and there was no way to go back.
I opened my iPhone to see my quick draining battery. I hardly had enough to search my way back. I had ignored all the messages yet, especially Harry's.
I was wondering if I should call anyone to come get me, but then I didn't even know how to describe this place. Though there was one thing I knew for sure, it was about an hour or two away from our beach house.
Another call flashed in front of the screen. It was Harry again. He, along with almost everyone else, had tried to reach out of my numerous times, but I just declined it everytime. My hands hovered over the decline button until I gently pressed down to it. I sniffed again, wiping my cheeks. I wasn't in the condition to converse with anyone. "What're you doing here, pretty lady?" I heard a manly voice croak, making me look up at the figure hovering over my petty one. "Uhm... I-I, nothing." I finally said, peering away from his intense gaze. I didn't intend on letting stranger's get aware of my personal matters. "Are you waiting for someone?" He asked, and even though my eyes weren't at him, I could hear the smirk in his voice. "Uh, no." "Great, then how about we hang out?" He inquired again, making me squirm. I got up from the bench, because he was making quite uncomfortable and all I wanted was to get away. "I don't know you." I reasoned, slightly moving backwards. His hand grasped mine tightly, a gasp escaping my lips. "What?" I almost shrieked, peering around to seek for some sort of help, but I couldn't spot a soul in sight. "Leave me." "Not so easily love."