I really enjoyed this one because it makes me think how alone they are, without really being alone. They are both outcasts together, but are separate... made me wish he would find her so they wouldn't have to be separate anymore.
This is actually really good I find it to be relatable actually since I don't talk to anyone in school. I'm normally called "the girl who reads books all day" and even then it's hard when the quiet people try to talk to others because then no one will talk to them even when they finally tried to have a conversation.
It used to annoy me on a daily basis in High School how people would comment stuff like: "Wow that's a big book! How are you not bored by it? I can't read anything thing that big! blahblahblahblahblah"
I'd be sitting there, eye twitching as I gave the person my best death glare thinking: "Shut the F up! I am reading you uncultured dumbass and you just interrupted the climax! AGAIN! >:0 You ignore me or ruin my existence for nearly a decade or more, and the one time you finally talk to me it's only to prove how stupid you actually are and that all the effort I used to make trying to be one of you truly was wasted."
and they'll still be talking and I'd have no idea no idea what they were saying because it became noises after the first few seconds. YOLO luckily wasn't a thing until long after my school years ended.
It isn't, walking around, wondering when you will actually have a friend even though you try sooooooooooooooooo hard to find a friend, and after years and years of trying, you actually succeed, only to feel like your too close, like your clinging to them and it doesn't feel right.