The Three Warriors
By Susanna C. Mahoney
Copyright © 2011
Published By: Susanna C. Mahoney
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The three teenagers first met each other at their high school in their freshmen year, As Joey was heading to the café to grab a bite in-between classes and he saw a commotion occurring in the northeast wing and being antisocial, would usually have ignored the bullies and move on. But these two bullies were taunting Star, She was the girl he secretly had a crush on but thought he was out of her league, so he just kept quiet about his feelings for her. Yet today was different she was being targeted by the school bullies, because she dyed her hair pink, purple and blue and shaved it into a Mohawk style.
When Joey saw her on the first day school opened, he thought she was hot then; today she looked even sweeter as he watched the interaction between her and them with her cute pixie face and button nose the colorful Mohawk hair enhanced her features. To him she appeared to look like a cutie babe and he did not like these bullies. Star was holding her own position and was taunting the fat bully with momma jokes.
Mike, who was on the other side of the café, watched the commotion and saw the loner walked up to the bullies. He did not like anyone getting targeted and thought that with his height and brawn maybe if he walked over there, the taunting would stop and the punks would go on their way. And he was bored so a good beating might relieve some of his stress. Lately his parents were hounding him to contribute more money to the house; this was making him feel trapped and anxious. Yes, he thought a good beating would be a release. Knowing he could not take his anger and frustration out on his parents or siblings, these bullies would be the perfect outlet.