Amos sighed, she was really qiute unhappy. "Excuse my lack of manners, I'm Amos. And yes you've never seen me before, I made sure of it. Actually I shouldn't be here." Amos stood up to leave, he was nervous, he never should have come out in the first place.
Cassy whimpered. "You're leaving me alone again?" She asked, her voice full of tears. Everyone left her alone. She felt another round of sobbing coming on.
Amos gasped, she looked so close to tears. He crouched down and wiped a tear from her cheek. "I can't stay here in the open." Amos graped her hand, and pulled her up. "But you can come with me."
Cassy whimpered. The possibility of this guy being some stalker out to ra.pe and kill her had crossed her mind, but at this point she didn't care. She nodded. "Okay."
Amos tugging her along, pulled her down the street. He knew he had to get to a slecluded place. Quickly he pulled her into the park, and raced toward the middle.
Cassy tried to keep up. It was barely sprinking rain now. She stuck close to Amos, questioned filling her mind. But she didn't know what to ask, or how to ask.
Amos ran with Cassy, looking back occasionaly to make sure she was still with him. He sundenly sttopped in front of a tree. They were very seclded where they were right then.
Cassy grew a bit nervous and uneasy. She watched Amos carefully. "Who are you? And what gives you the right to stalk me?"
Amos shifted uncomfortably looking at the ground. "I um... well... it wasn't, well it was... I didn't follow you for no reason at least!"
"Every stalker has his or her reasons." Cassy crossed her arms. "What are yours?" She didn't know whether to be afraid or upset.
Amos's eyes narrowed. "I don't have to tell you anything." He said harshly. Turning his head, he leaned back against the tree. "As if you want to know." He muttered.
Cassy winced and sighed, closing her eyes. "So I guess you're no different than any of the others..." She mumbled.
Amos's head snaped over to look at her. "What others?" He walked right up to her looking deep into her eyes, his own worried. "What others?" He repeated more softly.
"Every male in the world." Cassy mumbled, looking away. "Mean...hardly concerned with my feelings."
Amos put a hand under her chin, turning her head back to him. "Cassy. I do care about you. Don't you ever believe otherwise. And I wasn't stalking you." Amos said looking into her eyes, his hand still under her chin.
A stray tear streamed down Cassy's cheek. "If you weren't stalking me then what were you doing? What do you want with me?"
Hi hand still under her chin, Amos wipped away the stray tear. "I'm protecting you." He bluted it out without thinking about it.
Cassy sighed. She decided against more questions. Besides the one she was about to ask. "So what now?"
Amos knew exactly what he wanted next, but he wasn't about to suggest it. "I don't know." He lied. Looking around, he felt watched. He removed his hand from her chin, but didn't step back.
"Don't lie. What now?" Cassy pressed. "You can't just show up out of nowhere, lead me somewhere secluded, and say you don't know."