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My Angel: Chapter Six
Ian's Point of View
Ian looked at the door for a minute, wondering in the worried look he had seen in normally distant violet eyes.
'Riley's worried about me...' he thought.
Ian shook his head as he took his cellphone out of his jeans. He slid it open and hit the speed dial. The phone rang for a few seconds before the other line was answered.
-Yo! Ian where ya been?- came a hyper sounding voice on the other line.
"Hey, Kylie. Sorry if I worried you."
-Nah, you're cool. So what happened any way? You were supposed to be home two hours ago.-
Ian took a breath. "It happened again." was all he said.
-Are you okay? Where are you? Do I need to come and get you?-
Ian couldn't help but chuckle. "I'm fine. I'm at a friend's house. And him and his grandma are letting me stay the night."
-Okay, just as long as you're okay. Want me to bring you some cloths?-
"I'll ask Riley when he comes back up if that's cool and text you the address."
-Alright, sounds good. Sooooo...-
'Oh boy, here i
My Angel: Chapter Five
Riley's Point of View
Riley sat at his desk as he watched Ian's breath, slowly, return to normal. It had really freaked him out when Ian hadn't been able to tell him what was wrong.
'At least he could type.'
Riley spun around to face his computer and popped in a game. He sat playing when he heard movement on his bed. He turned around as Ian turned over onto his stomach, his rust colored hair falling to cover one of his eyes. Riley was glad that Ian's breathing had almost settled. Riley was just about to start up his game when he heard the front door open and close. He smiled to himself and headed down stairs.
"Hey, Gram. How'd it go?" he asked when he reached the kitchen.
"It went just fine, dear. All the doctor did was give me more medication for my arthritis." answered Riley's grandmother.
"Riley, do you know who's truck that is parked in front of the house?"
"New kid in school."
"I'm afraid I'll need more then that, dear."
Riley smiled at his grandmother.
"He gave me a ride home. Ha
My Angel: Chapter Four
Ian's Point of View
"So where are you going?" asked Josh.
"Music room. I'm meeting Riley and Mr.Ellis to talk about the recital." answered Ian as he slammed his locker.
Josh watched as his new friend shouldered his backpack. "You like Riley." it wasn't a question.
Ian's eyes went wide and a slight blush warmed his cheeks. All he was able to do was stare at the brunette.
Josh nodded. "I knew it!" he said with a grin.
Ian blushed a little more. "What does it matter?"
"Oh, it matters my friend." Josh said with a wink.
"Wait, you mean..."
"Riley's gay?" Josh cut in.
"Yeah, found out a couple years back. Or, at least I think he is..."
"What do you mean, you think?" asked Ian.
"You'd think the guy would share things like this with me. I mean we've known each other since we were five. But noooo! The kid hardly talks to me!" said Josh as he crossed his arms.
"Yeah, well. The guy doesn't even like me."
"Hey, don't worry about it. It may seem like he doesn't like you, but that's beca
Abandoned ChapelThe parish waits now,
the loneliness of corners
crawling outward on walls--
chipped away by the wind,
and held together
by silk spindles;
cobwebs align them like the membranes of memories,
the cut of a jewel in an broken window
against the sun
where beads of rain
gather in a mesh of strands
a new Mosaic
against the backdrop of a cemetery;
My eyes seek out the sermon
in close proximity,
paint no distance
between headstone and cloud;
elegies topple each other
in their climb to heaven
as light trickles
over the shade,
breathes a new glow over snuffed candles.
I feel the weight in these empty rows,
how a breath couldn't cease to be breath
in the midst of prayer.
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