"D-dylan?" Ava’s heart sunk into calmness. Her eyes stormed with tears. She sniffed feeling her lungs refuse oxygen. The hair on her skin erected as the disheveled stature of her best friend came to view.
"How dare you bitch get my girl. I told you to stay away from her, didn't I?" Dylan roared on top of his lungs as he plunged a punch on Bill's right cheek.
His blow threw him to the ground, his face down. "You coerced us to do shitty stuff, scared us with our relationship secrets and what not... Yet after doing so much you are here with her. How dare you." He was a mess of blood, smell of sweat and anger.
His eyes were not two normal human eyes. They had transformed into dark ember balls that depicted small versions of fire ball. They glared down at Bill as he lashed him with blows and kicks.
Ava could not take her eyes away. He finally came. Her best friend. They were
"Doctor," Standing in a corner meekly, Ava watched her dad stop the doctor as he came out of the OT. His eyebrows widened and a sigh escaped. From his expressions, she knew the news was not good. But still she hopefully compressed her palm on the chest, wishing to hear the words everyone desired. "We are trying our best." he said, his hand squeezing Mr. Jones' shoulder before he excused himself and left. Once again the corridor of the hospital bathed in silence as everyone stood scattered here and there with a fallen and pale face. After Ethan arrived in time at the clock tower, he dealt with Bill and rushed both Dylan and Noah to hospital. They had passed out. Worst... Dylan was not breathing given that he was already injured and the fight did more harm to his body. And Noah, he bled profusely that his
A few months later, The entire school building was decorated with a Pride theme. There were long strings of rainbow flags tied from one end of the two walls to another in each corridor. Students giggled and shot pictures under a tree that was yet again decorated with colours reflecting pride celebration. Their t-shirts had unicorns or rainbows while a circular batch on their chest glowed, that read, 'I support LGBT' The floor had glitters. There were rainbow balloons stuck on the wall. Girls wore rainbow tiaras and tassel garlands while the boys had rainbow wigs put on. There was no wall within the school building that didn't have pride hashtags. Various tags were scribbled on colourful chart papers and stuck out there. From #supportlgbt #lovefindsitsway #pride #iamproudofmyself and many more. Some creative souls have used VIBGYOR colours on their hashta