* Allison's POV
They took me back to the hotel. I didn't really know what was happening though. I was in such a daze. I think I was mental. I think I was going crazy.
I had thought that my first dream, when I was in the hospital, had been the only one. I thought there wouldn't be more. I prayed that there wouldn't be more, but I'm not so lucky.
I just hoped that this would be the last one. Two dreams are enough for me. They aren't even dreams. They're nightmares. Terrible, horrible, scary nightmares.
Before I knew it, I was laying down on the couch in the hotel. Liam's strong arms pulling a blanket over me. He kissed my temple and switched the light off before taking a seat on a recliner opposite me.
I guess he wanted to keep an eye on me.
* Liam's POV
After I set her down, I switched off thelights and took a seat in a chair opposite her. She wasn't going to get out of my sight.
Everyone else had gone down to the lobby to get food. I wasn't going to leave Allison. I never would.
If I was going to keep an eye on her though, sleep was out of the question.
I got up and, never taking my eyes off Alli once, made my way to the kitchen. Of course I managed to bump my shin on the coffee table and my hip on the granite counter top and stub my toe on the fridge, but my eyes stayed glued to Alli the whole time. I fumbled around for a Pepsi, trying not to turn my head away, and pulled it out. I popped the tab and took a gulp.
I walked carefully back to the recliner and laid back down. The Pepsi sent adrenaline through my body and I felt my heart pumping. I was going to stay awake all night if that's what it took.
* Allison's POV
I must have dozed off because I awoke to Liam snoring softly on the recliner with an empty can of Pepsi near his foot.
I smirked. Of course, being the caring and sensitive Liam he is, he tried to drink Pepsi and pull an all-nighter.
My smirk quickly faded as the memories of what had happened today were pulled back to mind. The silence that filled the room was eerie. It sent shivers up my spine.
I checked the digital clock on the little wooden table next to the couch. It read 12:35. I remembered coming in around 11:30ish so I had only slept an hour.
I wasn't tired at all though. Energy surgered through my body and I somehow needed to get it out. Today had been a hell of a day.
That poem. It sent more shivers down my spine. I felt my hands go clammy and my toes curled up. I decided to step onto the balcony.
I tiptoed over to the double french doors so I didn't disturb Liam and turned the gilded doorknobs slowly. Outside, the sky had a dusty black color to it and the stars had brilliant shine to them.
There was a large pool below which was crowed with bodies. It was lit up with neon lights and there was a bar next to it serving drinks. The air smelled fresh and and the humidity was thick like a blanket.
From the very top floor where our suite was, I noticed a familiar curly haired boy sitting at one of the tables down below. A head with caramel colored hair and a dirty blinde sitting next to him. Three more guys walked up to them with drinks in their hands. I could recognize my friends a million miles away.
I walked quietly back inside and rummaged through my suitcase for a pen and paper. When I found them, I tiptoed back to the patio. Liam still slept peacefully.
My heart beat even louder thinking of my friends and what I was about to do. I had done it once before and it had failed. After that, I realized I should never try again because it was wrong but I can't help myslelf.
I'm causing to much pain by being here. Someone is out to get me, I just know it and it's putting the boys and Char and Hailey in danger. I'm hurting myself by being here.
I just want to make the pain go away. I just want to be free.
I set the paper on the table and scribbled a few words and signed my name.
I took a deep breath and tried to calm my racing heart as the adrenaline pumped through me and I took a step onto one of the plastic chairs sitting on the balcony. Fromt there I stepped onto the large table and then finally, I took a wobbly step onto the railing.
My mind spun and for a second I though I would fall, but I stood stiff and told myself not to look down.
You'll be free. Finally free. I told myself.
I looked back at the note sitting so harmlessly on the table.
Goodbye, Liam. I will always love you. Alli xoxo
My dress fluttered in the wind and a single tear dripped down my cheek.
And then I jumped.