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A Perfect CircleThings have quieted down in dorm 200-B. This was the room notorious for frequent "hang-outs" and rowdiness after hours, but...not anymore. Bobby looked around. He pretty much had the room to himself, since John had defected and Orzel had skipped town without letting the rest of the crew know where he was going. He heaved a sigh. It didn't matter anymore. Although his only friends for the time being were Jubilee, Kitty and the occasional brat that demands to see his power or play with him in the yard -- Bobby had kept to himself and allowed himself to become a hermit.It had been a few days since he'd talked to his supposed "girlfriend"; a few days since he watched her walk away from her in a fit of rage after he pointed out how irritated he was with her that she'd walked up and kissed a stranger with the pathetic excuse of "oh, you just don't know or understand"...at least, that's how he saw it. How was he to just blow off the whole issue that many men were fawning all over her, and vi
Explain Yourself.Explain Yourself.Silence.The courtyard was at its prime in tranquility, save -- the bit of laughter coming from the children who were scattered about, playing around with each other under the deep blue hue of the sky. Whoosh, the wind was howling also. This was Bobby's favorite time to come outside, it was indeed his kind of weather, granted it was also a really good time to find some peace. The great and fearful sorrow that had taken over the mansion was being kept at bay, but it was just because the new day had begun...it could only be a matter of time before something was going to ruin the good atmosphere that the Professor and his assistant (Dr. Hank McCoy) so kindly held up with their generosity and benevolence.It was a few moments of walking in the vast outer gardens of the Manison when Bobby reached "the hill". It was the place that he and Marie almost always found themselves sitting at while they confessed their latest thoughts to each other. The greenery never changed...it