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I Wish It Would Rain Down - Page 2- Don't touch her. I'm sure she didn't mean to offend you He gently pushed me so I take a step backwards, while he was sending me a reassuring look.The man raised an eyebrow, angrily: - Oh yeah? Because one usually tells you that you're mad without meaning it! You've perfectly heard what she's told, and NONE insults me without paying for that.I was completely protected by Phil, but I shivered when I heard the anger in the man's voice; the drummer frowned: - She's just been a little over emotive, I could feel in his voice that he didn't think so she doesn't agree with you and she's said it in the wrong way. It can happen.The man snorted for a while, then looked up: - All right then, but go out of here, NOW.Phil escorted me through the door I came from. When we stopped, alone in the corridor, he turned to me; I immediately blushed, but he seemed not to have noticed it.- Are you crazy? he asked me Don't you know who he is? He's Mr. Lloyd, he's the b
I Wish It Would Rain Down - Page 1It was one of those moments in which you are perfectly conscious of yourself and then in a wink you aren't anymore.I was doing my homework. It's not that I like doing my homework I just can't stand it but it's something you don't have to wonder about, it's just a fact of life, I mean, something you do all days, part of your life. It's routine: it could be boring, but it's surely reassuring. I find the homework reassuring. They give you a place in the world, they give you something to do, even if you don't like them. They give you the warm reassurance of being someone a student died because of boredom - and that your life is calm and still, nothing out of the ordinary. A family, persons who loves you; enjoying little things like the snow battles I fought in the last days and meeting none strange or out of the world except the teachers. Without peculiar facts. The normal life of an Italian nearly-fifteen-year-old girl with high and low times.At least, ti