"Oi. What do you think you're doing?! You think it's EASY to talk to that arsehole? He probably provoked him. Sit down and don't try and rule the bus again." I flinched at the slice of his words. I thought I was trying to help.
"I guess ignorance is someones new best friend," I mumbled too low for him to hear, walking to the back of the bus again where I sat alone, Gabby in the opposite corner to me, I sighed. I guess I didn't belong on the bus any more, and I'd only been here a few hours. I slowly got up and walked down the aisle towards Beth.
"Could you stop the bus please, this is my stop." I croaked, uneasily. We all knew it wasn't my stop.
"I'm sorry, your only a child. I need to get you home first," she replied, keeping her eyes on the road.
"Please," I begged. She looked at me, then shook her head. I then stood by the closed doors for at least 15 minutes, thinking about what I'd done and why it gave such a bad effect. I caught glance of the man that had threatened me.
Just be yourself Amelia, everyone else is taken. I thought, slowly walking up to him, he hand his hand in his pocket and was mumbling curses to himself.
"I'm sorry if I was rude...or intruding, I will not do it again. It would help if you could accept my apology?" she whispered with difficulty. He gave a small nod and looked out of the window, attempting to make her invisible.