Hidden Bright Side {Liam Payne}

Liam was the most popular kid in school, as well as the meanest. When he is hit with the reality stick, he decides to change his ways and become a.. Er- Geek. Things take a bad turn for him and he becomes the most bullied kid in school. Will he survive his new life or will he go back to the old ?

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25. Twisters

From A. C

What do you mean done?

 

 

To A.C

I mean done with everything. With life. With school. With people. With myself. I need a break. I'm sorry for doing this to you. I love you. I hope you still know this. I want to thank you so much for helping me with the last two years. I don't think I would have been able to survive sophomore and junior year. I hope that if after I figure myself out, we can still be friends over senior year. Unless you hate me. Then I don't know. I'm really sorry.

 

 

From A.C

I saw this coming. This isn't the manly ego talking because the manly ego doesn't give a shit. I do. You seemed to get stressed as soon as Liam came back into your life. It's understandable, really. I'm not mad either. I just wanna make sure you're ok. I hope you and Liam are ok. Also, I still love you too, so if you ever need a shoulder to lean on. I'll be here.

 

To A.C

Thanks Arc :)

 

From A.C

No problem Gen :)))

 

I blew a sigh of relief. Two problems go in, one problem comes out. Arc was easy though. Liam would be the problem. We just can't seem to fit our pieces together. It's like somewhere between these 5 years, the pieces that originally fit so perfectly, were gradually worn down and forced to be together until we were no more. I missed having my matching piece though. Arc was great but it could never rekindle what I have, or at least had with Liam.

X_X

 

"Genevieve?"

 

I sat still and silent, remaining on the bathroom floor.

 

"You better be not on the floor again. You'll catch aids."

 

"You can't catch aids, Liam. Aids isn't that contagious."

 

"I knew you were in here." He gave me a shy smile, not wanting to be too open, as I felt the same. I looked down at my knees, which were inches away from my face.

 

"If you're here to chide me, I don't need it."

 

"So you're with Arc again?" I nodded my head no. "Then what was he talking about earlier?"

 

"Well I was. But I only said yes because you were mad at me at the time and I was upset and he was there. I'm stupid. I only wanted the attention he gave me. I mean, at least that's how it feels right now. Originally, I did like him. By the time you changed, it was too late to tell you how I really felt. I was going to break it off with Arc right after I told you, but since I never did, that extra step never happened. It was a failed chain reaction going on in my head. I don't even know why I'm telling you this when you're done with us."

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{Liam's POV}

 

To: <3

Why didn't you come after me?

MESSAGE SAVED

 

I lay on my bed, wanting to cry. After all these years of keeping her to myself, she slips away from the one person I wouldn't consider a threat. I swore, I had her wrapped around my finger, but I guess I was wrong.

 

I glanced out the window. The lights to Genevieve's room was on, but I could see her down on the side walk between our homes, hand-in-hand with him.

 

"Oh, I wish that was me..."

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{Genny's POV}

 

"Why didn't you come after me that night?"

 

I thought back to the night where I blew Liam off for the third time in a week for Arc. He stormed off and Arc just wouldn't let me go. "Archades wouldn't let me. By the time I ran out, it was too late. You were inside your home and Arc was trying to bring me back inside already. I tried texting and calling you. No answer. You changed the next day and that's history as we know it. I'm sorry Liam. If I had just run after you, things would've been different." I fiddled with my thumbs, contemplating on what he would say next. I wanted to look at him, but I couldn't.

 

"It's alright, Genevieve. I meant what I said though. I'm done. I'm tired of this. Of us. Of change."

 

"But Liam. We can make it work."

 

"We can't make this work. It hasn't worked these last 5 years. It won't work now. Or ever. I'm sorry. You should probably be going out now. School ended a while ago and you don't want to be locked in the boy's bathroom all night."

 

He rose from his squatting position and gave me one last look before blatantly walking out the restroom, shutting off the lights.

 

If the world were to end, right now would probably be a good time.

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