Beautiful Pain

Teddi has been beatin, brusied and neglected by her mother ever since her dad left them. One day her mother pushes her over the edge by throwing a beer bottle at her and it smashing into the back of her left arm. Raged, she packs a bag and leaves for the ER and not planning to come back. In the parking lot she passes out and an innocent bystander to the rescue. Harry to the rescue I should say. Once Harry helps Teddi he feels a deep connection between them. He feels as though he's responsible for her. Keeping her safe is becoming one of his first priorities. Not only for a crack in the road but of her abusive mother. Will he keep her out of the harmful grasp of her own mother or will she slip away back into a dark painful life?
***ON 3/17/13 I AM TAKING THIS STORY DOWN. SEE THE LAST CHAPTER FOR MORE INFO.***

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2. Him

Harry's POV :

She looked beautiful while she slept. I still didn't know what her name was but I was okay with that. It would give me something to talk about when she woke up. I let out a sigh and began to play a game on my phone.

  I've been here for hours and still have never seen the color of her eyes. I couldn't wait to see them. I'm guessing that they were a light brown. But then, with her light skin color they could be a bright blue, or maybe even a pale blue would suite her. Her hair was dark with vibrant hints of red. I think it came just to her elbows when she stood. I wonder if she liked to tuck it behind her ear.

  Suddenly, I heard her roll over. I looked up to she her open her eyes, not blissfully, like I had guessed, but frightful. She began to sit up with wide eyes. She yelped out in pain and laid back down. I put my hand on the side railing of her bed,

     "Shh," I said to her, "You're okay." trying to calm her down. She looked over at me and I stared deeply into her beautiful eyes. Yes, they were brown, but so much more than I had ever imagined. They were more gold with a brownish green in the middle. I was stunned at how beautiful she was, I couldn't quite catch my breath.

     "Are you alright?" I asked her, wanting to hear the sound of her voice.

  "Yes," she said, "Wha- where am I?" Her voice had a small ring to it. Like a wonderful bell at Christmas.

             "Your in the Emergency Room." I told her standing slowly not to frighten her. "I saw you fall and helped you in." I smiled at her and she smiled back.

     "I'm sorry and you are..?" She asked me. I began to tell her, when the doctor walked in.

Teddi's POV:

    "Hello, Teddi" Dr. Malsell said to me, "how are you?"

  "Alright I guess." I said trying to sit up.

             "That's great," he smiled that wide smile that used to make me feel better when I was little. "Well, we managed to get all of the glass out of your arm and stitch it up. You also lost a lot of blood so we gave you a blood transfusion. You seem stable enough to go home today, if you feel up to it. I'll give some pain killers to take home and send you on your marry way." He smiled at me and left the room.

     I've known him for years, so Dr. Malsell felt okay about giving me drugs with out my mom being there. I then put my attention back on the pretty boy standing next to me.

   "Harry." he said now.

 "What?" I asked him.

         "I'm Harry." And he smiled. God he was gorgeous. Brilliant green eyes, and beautiful curly-ish hair he seemed to quaff it up and to the side. And under the sleeve of his rolled up jumper I saw the edge of a tattoo.  "So, are you planning on leaving today?" He asked me.

     "Yes, I want to get out of here as quick as possible." I told him.

"Well, do you feel good enough to drive yourself home or.. would you like me to take you home?" He asked me, a little red appearing in his cheeks.

I pondered this for a moment. Where would I go? Then I thought some more, I have no clue where the nearest place to stay would be.

   "Do you know where the nearest Motel is?" I asked him hoping he would know.

 "Wait," He said looking confused, "You don't have anywhere to go?"

   "No," I said looking down, I probably sounded like a homeless idiot "Not really."

 I looked at him and saw an idea form in his beautiful green eyes.

        "I know a place." I saw in his eyes that I didn't need to question him, so I just nodded. The room was silent, but comfortable. 

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