Not knowing what to do. Misaki just sat quietly in her seat watching the others slowly awaken and converse with each other. Misaki felt alone once again. Each one of her classmates ran to at least one other person asking if they were okay. But no one even attempted to come to her. Her own sister Ami Tama (female student number 19) was surrounded once again by her friends Ruri Akiyoshi (female student number 6) Kimi Kita (female student number 1) and even Maru Ito (female student number 2). Misaki watched her sister smile and laugh with her friends. This made Misaki sick to her stomach. “How could she be smiling? How could you she make the other girls smile and laugh? Why would anyone smile right now?”
Sick of looking at her sister, Misaki turned her head to the other side of the room. Here she noticed Jun Izumi (female student number 16) the only student out of the bunch that looked terrified from head to toe. Somehow it appeared as if she knew what was going on. Then she noticed Yoshio Ohki (male student number 10) having Kioko Hana (female student number 7) head rest gently on his lap. The two of them just stared into each other’s eyes while Motoko Lee (female student number 10) stood near by with a sinister look on her face. Misaki was jealous at Kioko at first. Only one time had Misaki had a true relationship with a guy. His name was Daichi Tama. He had the same last name as her, but no relations. Daichi was the only boy that Miaski believed truly loved her. Watching Kioko with Yoshio made her think of herself and Daichi. But her and Daichi didn’t last. He left her. He left her for her fucking sister! After that Misaki swore to never let anyone get close to her again. Yet, watching Yoshio and Kioko made her wonder why that is. Misaki soon remembered how Kioko never had a boyfriend let alone a boy that was her true friend. Soon her jealous faded and she became happy for Kioko. “Kioko’s so sweet. She deserves only the very best and she would be such a great friend." Misaki continued in thought "I hate being alone. Why am I always alone? No, no longer will I be without friends.” Misaki didn’t want to be friendless and alone anymore. Watching everyone talking, everyone having someone made Misaki realize that she needed someone too. It’s not good to be always be by yourself. You have to learn to trust people sometimes.
Just as Misaki was getting up out of the desk to walk over to Kioko, a small man came bargain into the classroom. If only Misaki made it to Kioko before they found out what lies ahead for them.