Suddenly, I felt his eyes turn to me and I felt rather then saw the smile on his face. The door to the classroom was flung open and in he strolled.

“Marvellous! You, mere human, are in my class! What a beautiful day it has turned out to be! I was quite looking forward to meeting you again when Mother and Father told me who your parents are.” He licked his lips. “I can smell your blood from here, umm, it must be delicious.” He started to get closer to me and I just glanced out the window and he gasped. “You cannot be thinking such a thing! Mortals will die from this height!” He then chuckled, and it was even creepier because I couldn’t see his face because of the umbrella. “But you aren’t quite mortal are you my dear? My lovely little blood bank.” He reached his hand towards me and I smacked it away. Everyone in the classroom gasped and even he seemed shocked. “Why, that has never happened before. Have I said something to upset you?” I don’t know why, but this guy just pissed me off. His attitude from before added to what he was doing now was just pushing me over the edge.

“Something to upset me? Are you kidding me? Not only are you being considerably rude, you have referred to me as a freaking blood bank! I am not your meal! And how dare you talk about my parents in such a fashion! I don’t know who you are but I will not tolerate such talk about them like that, or my blood!” He chuckled and held out his hand as everyone else in the classroom grew tense, some rising to their feet.

The End

0 comments about this story Feed