I am sitting at my desk desperately hoping the school day flies by. I really don’t like it here, things haven’t been going well and being the class outcast once again is taking its toll on me.
There’s a knock at the classroom door, one of the office administrators walks in and calls the teacher over to the side. Soon two large men dressed in dark suits walk in and one of them whispers something into the teacher’s ear. The classroom is silent; everyone is trying to listen in on what is being secretly said between them. We are all anxious, curious about what is happening.
The entire classroom turns to look at me in shock when the teacher calls out my name and motions me to come forward.
“Take all your stuff with you.” She says with this tense ring in her voice.
I was excited and nervous all at the same time. I couldn’t help but smile on the inside, do you see me, that’s right look at me, I am important. As I put everything I had into my bag, all eyes were on me, it felt good to feel superior, to feel special, nothing like what they believed me to be. But at the same time I was scared. Who were these people? What did they want with me and why did they come for me?
I was rushed out the classroom door, lead down the hallway and straight out of the schools large metal front doors without a word.
“What’s going on?” I timidly asked; but all I got was this bland cold response on how they were taking me to see my mother. Should I be nervous? It’s not like the school would let me be taken away by strangers, right? After all, they were promising me that they were only taking me to see my mother.
They put me into the back seat of a car and the tall slim white man sitting behind the driver’s wheel turned to asked me if I would like to see a movie.
“What? See a movie? I thought we were going to see my mother?” I asked with a bit of concern.
“We are, but we have to pick up your brothers and sisters. So I thought you might like to see a movie as we wait,” the man said as he turned on the car and started to drive off.
“Sure, I guess,” I said with a fair amount of tension in my voice.
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