Stiffening, her eyes shot up to meet the familiar brown ones of the boy trying to catch up with her. Had she not made it clear that she didn't want to talk to him? Gritting her teeth in anger, she took a step forward, yelling loudly.
"What in the hell is your problem?! I don't want to talk to you alright! I want to be left alone, can't you just do that at the least? Leave me alone? For crying out loud, there's only a limit to how many times I can say that to you!"
"No, you listen! I don't ever want to see, talk, or even have to think of you again! Don't provoke the worst in me, alright? So just beat it!"
Kai sighed, shrugging at her with the trace of a smile on his lips. "Alright, I give up. Since you so badly don't even want me here, I might as well leave." With that, he took a few steps away from her, then looked back at Ena who bore daggers into his back.
"By the way, I'll be keeping that locket I saw lying on your chair. It's pretty, so thanks."
Ena's eyes widened, her hands shooting to her neck which missed the feel of the cool, gold necklace against her skin. Looking down, she noticed it was missing. Her head snapped back up to see Kai, who shot her a smirk before walking coolly back to the direction of the stadium.
The words she'd just yelled at him replayed through her mind, and she felt like a complete idiot.
Why had I gone and said that?