DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN YOU OR HETALIA!
Two weeks. Two weeks passed since that strange incident, and you tried to ignore it. That look in the blue-eyed American when he whispered in your ear
It was a look that you had never experienced. You shook your head quickly. Class, next is
math, then gym. Then you heard somebody yell.
"Shut up! You got no right to call her that!"
"Alfred, let go of the girl, d*mmit."
The girl, being held by the collar of her shirt, whimpered as the tall blonde set her down, glaring at the French manFrancis. The girl ran away and hid behind a group of her friends and one of them said,
"But ________ really is a nerdy idiot. Deal with it, Al."
Alfred sighed and caught your eyes, quickly avoiding them. You just kept staring. What in the world? Did he just
? No, that's not
Your thoughts trailed off as you rushed through the crowd of people, still staring at Alfred.
You walked into class and sat down in your usual seatin the back, next to the windows. As students entered the room, chatting with their friends, you felt their gaze on you, even though you were gazing out the window. You kept your position still, elbow on desk, head on palm. You could feel people whispering behind your back and talking about you, but you didn't dare turn your headeven T.V. frames wouldn't help you against such powerful feelings like
What even is this feeling? You started flipping through your mental dictionary. Weak? No. Helpless? Close
but no. You gazed out ignoring everything, and eventually drifting your mind off the strange feeling.
"Huh? Ah, uhm
You stared at the chalkboard and quickly calculated the equation. You finally realized how your smart brain can be useful at times like this.
"The answer is -16."
The class laughed, and you blushed. W-what? What did I do? Am I wrong? Did the teacher ask a different question?
"________, I asked if you were feeling alright."
"I'm f-fine, sir. I'm alright."
You swallowed as you quickly looked out the cold, autumn sky that started to cloud up with gray clouds. You forgot an umbrella. Oh well, you thought. I'll be fine. The bell rang, and told you to hurry off to Gym.