The rain poured on to Johnathan and Logan, making their clothes feel heavy and cold. Logan seemed to get the worst of it, for his body was left almost immobile from the shivers.
"I'm sorry." Johnathan spoke after awhile, He looked to Logan with a deep frown, but Logan returned a big smile.
"I-it's okay. We just have to wait for someone to drive by, is all." Logan replied slowly. Johnathan's eyes followed a water drop fall from Logan's hair line, down his fair white face, his pinkish lips, down his chin. He could see right through Logan's white shirt and he found himself staring.
"I got you stuck in this trap. I shouldn't of fallen for it." Johnathan said, directing his self-loathing at Logan.
"With that logic, I should of seen it with my foresight." Logan said matter-of-factly.
"You know why we could not of done that, Logan." Johnathan disapproved.
"It is not like you believe me anyway." Logan said irritably.
"It isn't that I don't believe you-" Johnathan began.
"-But in your world of