Just a friend

" do you like him?" " no, he's my best friend" but the more I thought about the question the more I hated the real answer, Yes.


21. trying, but failing

I walked out and slowly made my way home, I was at that little cafe for nearly an hour. As I walked I kicked stones and twigs off the side walk, as a source of entertainment.

I replayed the words of the old woman " when you make it" but how? How can I make an uncontrollable feeling go away? I huffed in frustration and plopped down on the sidewalk, leaning my back against an old fence.

I sighed and looked up at the sky, it was extremely dark now, and the only thing you could see up there was the stars. I turned my attention back on the road, it was old and dusty. Sections lit up by lights that hung over the road.

All of a sudden, a car came speeding down the street, and stopped next to me. I recognized it easily as Harry's. Harry and the rest of the boys jumped out and ran over to me. Harry pulled me up to me feet and engulfed me in a hug. " what were you thinking" he yelled, I flinched but didn't answer.

He pulled away and looked down at me. Something caught his eye, because he pulled my face up by my chin and took a close look at my face " why are you wearing so much makeup" he questioned still looking at me. I shrugged. "please talk to me" he begged.

I looked past him to the other boys, they all stood with worried faces, but one thing got my attention was louis. Who had puffy eyes and tears running down his face. It hurt seeing him like that, I can't even remember the last time he'd cried.

" sky" Harry shouted. I just stood there, I didn't really know what to do. I could tell the boys felt the same, they stood still just like me, not saying anything. " please, just tell me why your acting like this" Harry begged, again I had no idea what to say.

I looked at my feet, ashamed at myself. I couldn't tell him anything, I couldn't make it go away. I just wanted to curl up in a little ball and hide, but of corse that wasn't an option.

Harry sighed giving up, and pulled me into the car with the rest of the boys fallowing. We sat in silence as we drove home, I hated the silence, it's not something that happens often around these guys.

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