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   Chapter 7 Colors.

The Gang Leader's Girl By Makayla Scott Characters: 6788

Updated: 2018-06-21 03:36

"The mind wears the colors of the soul, as a valet those of his master."

- Sophie Swetchine


Sometimes I see people as colors. For example, when I look at Wyatt I see stars, energy, I see happiness, I see yellow. But when I look at Angelo, I see navy blue, maybe that's because he has such a calming effect on the people around him, but yet there is this dark depressed cloud that lingers over him.

When I first met Rylan at the airport the youthful and adventurous vibe that leaks out of him screamed orange, kind of like a sunset or a bonfire. As I talked to Camila on my first day I moved in I decided she was red, but not any type of red, she was a fiery red. The type of red that was filled with passion and excitement. While Indy, on the other hand, was the complete opposite, she was simplistic, innocent, pure even. She was white.

When I see Phoenix I think of brown, not a dirty brown but more of a warm, wholesome brown. And with Kina I see a wine colored purple, the girl just looked like royalty ran in her veins.

But as I looked across the kitchen table at Axel, I didn't see just one color. I saw them all. I looked at him inquisitively, how is that even possible? I watched the colors fly around him, getting lost in them. How could one person be more than one color?

"Are you nervous for your first day?" Rylan whispered next to me, he probably noticed my dazed state.

"No, not really, " I told him. "I'm used to it by now." I continued.

Which for the record, was a lie. I was extremely nervous but I didn't want to worry him.

"Good, you shouldn't be." He sent me a boyish smile that made me swoon a tiny bit on the inside.

Why am I like this?

"I'm going to school, " Axel grumbled, getting up from the table, and putting his bowl that he was just eating cereal out of into the sink and walked out the front door.

I still have yet to decide what color he was.

"We should probably be going too, we wouldn't our dear Mia being late

ing she was, " I spoke out loud, looking out the window again as we pulled into the schools parking lot.

"I bet she was incredible." He said genuinely, pulling into a parking space.

I glanced towards him, just to see him already staring at me.

"She made you didn't she?" The intensity of his voice made heat rush to my cheeks.

Don't start blushing, we do NOT blush.

"Indeed she did." I played it off, but I'm one hundred percent sure he noticed.

How can he not? You look like a freaking tomato!

"You're so beautiful, " Rylan whispered to what I think was supposed to be to himself, but I overheard by accident.

I internally cringed, I hate being called beautiful or any form of affectation in general for that matter. I didn't feel I was beautiful or pretty or sexy so I didn't want to be called them words. Even if he meant it or not.

"Are you ready to go inside?" I asked not bothering to wait for a reply as I opened the door getting out.

"Yeah let's go Shortcake." Rylan hopped out of the car, locking it in the process.

"Hopefully we will have classes together, " I said honestly. It wouldn't hurt to have a friendly face in a few classes.

"I'm sure we will seeing as we're in the same grade plus, the school isn't the hugest either." He replied, making me feel a little better.

Bring it on Irvine High School.

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