"Eryn? Where'd Eryn go?"
"I think she went that way, let's go."
breathed a sigh of relief and lowered herself from the ceiling, as if drifting on a cloud. That was one good thing about being
'gifted'. It wasn't that she didn't want to talk with her friends, she usually did, it's just that she seemed to be smothered
by them lately, especially in the small boarding school. She touched (c)
down to the library floor softly and hid behind the table until she
couldn't hear their voices any longer.
"Thank God." she murmered, pulling her red hair into a pony tail, "That I don't
have to stand them any longer."
Relieved, she walked to a bookshelf and began browsing through it. This was not very
helpful. Raking her slender fingers through her straight strands, she groaned. (c)
"Where could it be? Why, oh why, did I have to lose the stupid textbook!?"
Of course, the textbook! Why else would she be in the library. It wasn't her type of thing. She was usually surrounded
by her friends, others called them her cronies. But, she realized, blue eyes filling with worry, what would happen if she
didn't find the textbook for science?
Maybe she could ask that kid (c)
who could find stuff, what was his name? Oh well... maybe not.
own powers were not to be scoffed at though. She could levitate herself or anything around her, and because she could do that,
of course she could move them around and bring them toward her. But only if she could see them.
Oh, and the part where
she could turn into dust or some other gaseous form. But she'd aready (c)
deemed that utterly useless. And appearently her parents thought
In a way, she was glad they'd sent her here. Then she wouldn't have to face the public school system again. It
had happened last year, she was fifteen and a freshman, but still feeling on top of the world.
She'd been talking
to the cutest guy in the school, got too embaress and POOF! (c)
Into a cloud of steam. Oh well...
Maybe she could just trying telekineses, maybe just thinking
about the textbook would bring it to her...