Fearing the Future

One Direction were just a normal band with a normal life. They thought nothing was going to happen. Until, one day, they discovered something, something to make them fear every single step they took...


12. I thought it was fine...

Niall's POV.

I was chomping away at my larger than everyone elses serve of Nandos and checking my phone as a puff of smoke errupted around the bus. We all go off and saw a pin stuck in each of the front tyres. Pinned in the pin was a note. The first one said Watch and the second one said Out. Watch Out. I thought these notes had finally stopped! Er... Well at least someone was able to fix it and we were up and running again.

Danielle's POV.
Even though I'm half famous, I still don't feel happy. Why? I have no clue. Let me tell you a story.

When I was in Year 11, I was teased. I wore these dorky, big black framed glasses that everyone thought were dorky. I had braces and didn't have much money so my clothes weren't at all good. The girls who teased me said I was worthless and that I'll never achieve my dream about being a dancer. But one thing they didn't know- when I danced, everything disappeared. my worriesc fears, flaws, everything got lost. I would forget I had braces and glasses and everything would be magical. I would leap and twirl and practice my self choreographed routines and nothing would be the same. As soon as I got into year 12, I got contacts as a spare. I still had my braces for a few months. The girls still called my glasses stupid and ugly. But soon, the world changed. My type of glasses on girls were appealing to guys. Guys suddenly liked big black nerd frames, a bit of lip gloss, concealer and mascara was pretty, simple clothes made guys happy, girls who didn't voe for the guys attention were the most popular and girls who weren't afraid to eat what they please and stay slim not super skinny was beautiful. guess who that described-me. The whole school went crazy over me. I became popular, well liked. I still danced. I had a sweet boyfriend. He would watch me dance and understood what I felt. I used my contacts, my braces were removed and my teeth were white and straight. I got compliments on my eye colour. Suddenly, a famous dance company noticed me and I left the pain behind. The only thing I remember, I always knew that one day those girls would be below me and now, they kind of are but I don't feel any better. I still feel the same miserableness that I did once almost a decade ago. I think about those hurtful words, the ways a tongue can affect people. I didn't realize I was crying. Liam hugged me tightly.
"Whats wrong?" He whispered, obviously not wanting to create a scene.
"My past," was all I said. Nothinf would change my past but I could change who I am now.
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