A New Day

Zombies. The thing most people think were made up just to scare little kids. No one thought they would be real one day. Now they're scared just like those little kids. How do you survive? Who do trust? Can you even trust? ~ Here's the link to the original site I posted it on: http://www.asianfanfics.com/story/view/289669/


9. Hope


T.K and Siwoo came back from their search for the other group's shelter.
"They've moved since the last time. The place is completely empty," Siwoo sighed.
"If they came all the way to town, I'm sure they can't be that far," Maru said while pacing back and forth. "Jun, can I stop now?"
"No, you have to stretch out your leg," Kangjun replied. "If you don't, you can't help find Hana."
Maru groaned in response and kept pacing. "Wait... So if they come to town for supplies, they have to come back eventually. Then we could follow them back and get Hana."
"Just give up. She's never coming back," Rome said nonchalantly.
"Ignore him. He doesn't know what he's talking about," Ray stated. Maru didn't know, but everyone else was starting to doubt if they would actually find her.

I've been here for a few days and I couldn't find the right time to leave. I thought that maybe next time they go to town, I could go with them. When I asked Luhan about it, he said we wouldn't go back for a few months.
Maybe I should just take a chance and go. 
Yeah right. I wouldn't last an hour.
I was walking around and exploring places of the house I haven't been in yet. I ran into Lay, who was playing with a radio.
"What are you doing?" I wondered.
"I'm trying to see if there are any other survivors out there," he answered.
He turned the knob, but all we could hear was static.
"I don't think there's anybody out there..." I said.
"Probably not," he sighed. "But you never know."
It's amazing that they still have hope. Without it, none of us would be here. Until Jae died, I had hope, too. But now, I'm just confused. I know there's no chance of the world magically healing itself, but a part of me thinks it will.
I continued walking around and looked at pictures hanging on the walls. There were pictures of Suho and other people who I'm assuming were his family. More recent pictures were of the group, including a girl. She and Kris were very happy together. In other pictures, she wasn't there and Kris looked really depressed.
"Hana!" someone called. I turned to see D.O running towards me. "Come on! Since you're part of our group now, you have to participate in our weekly tradition."
He grabbed me by the hand and pulled me downstairs. "What is it?" I wondered.
"You'll see."
We went into the living room and a few people were already there. Luhan and Sehun were cuddling on the couch, Tao was sitting on the floor by the fire place and Kris was sitting in the corner staring out the window. He took a quick glance at me and the quickly looked away. It's like Rome all over again...
"Hana, sit next to me!" Tao insisted I sat beside him.
"So what's going on?" I asked as the rest of the group came in.
"Once a week, we all gather around and say something that we miss," Tao explained and smiled.
"Why don't we let Hana start?" Xiumin suggested.
"Yeah! So what do you miss most?" Chanyeol asked.
"I miss my family," I said.
"Everybody says that," Kai stated. "What else?"
I didn't really want to say I missed Maru and his group. It seemed like they knew and didn't really like eachother. "Um... I miss my friends, too..."
"Good enough," Sehun sighed. "I miss bubble tea. What about you, Luhan?"
"I miss a lot of things, but as long as I have you, I'm happy," Luhan cooed and pecked Sehun on the cheek.
"Enough with the fluff-fest," Kris complained.
"Well, what do you miss, gege?" Tao questioned.
"I think you know what I miss," Kris replied.
"There has to be other things you miss besides Jihyun," Suho said.
"NEVER say her name," Kris growled.
"Touchy touchy," Xiumin mumbled.
"What did you say, baozi?"
"Uh, nothing?"
"That's what I thought."
Kris left angrily and the room grew silent.
"Well..." Baekhyun coughed. "That was awkward. Sorry you had to see that, Hana."
"It's okay. I understand," I said. It's not the first time I've seen someone mad.

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