"Liam there's someone here to see you. She says it's very important." She? I wasn't expecting anyone at all, but a she, that's even more surprising. I looked around, mostly everyone was puzzled. I caught Lou last, he just seemed empty. I stepped out of the room trying to shake the image of emptiness on his face away. When I looked up I understood, but how he knew was a wonder to me.
"What the hell are you doing here?" I didn't mean to say that, I was just so shocked.
"I had an inspiring talk with a new friend." She still wasn't looking at me, I was beginning to get the feeling something was wrong.
"Louis knows it's you here." That got her to look at me, but also made her cry.
"Really? I knew coming here was a bad idea. I should've waited until later. I've been here for an hour though trying to figure out who I needed to talk to more and what about and Liam you have no idea how crazy this is making me feel. How can I love two people at once, and I love them equally for many different reasons. I feel so bad for Louis though because I loved you, then I thought I lost everything between us, then I loved him, and now it's beginning to show that I really never lost my feelings for you. He probably thinks that everything between us is coming to an end but I don't want that to happen. I still love him as much as I did before this." She gestured at the air in between us. That really makes me feel great. "I don't want to lose him. The problem is I don't want to lose you either, not again. I was wrong to let you go in the first place, but I had to. There was nothing wrong between us which killed me even more when you left. Liam I love you. I've loved you since the moment I saw you, and your smile..." I wanted her to finish that part, but she didn't. "For Louis it's different. I guess you could say it wasn't love at first sight. He's one of those people who hides himself. If you want to know the real Louis Tomlinson, show him that. You have to work hard at it though. Lou isn't easy to break. Once he said he wanted me to meet his friends I knew I had finally done it. We became closer in the couple of days before everyone arrived. When I say we became closer..."
"I know what you mean." I didn't want to hear detail. She probably didn't even realize she was talking to me then, just blabbing as she paced back and forth.
"Oh stop getting jealous Liam. You had your chance." She stopped pacing. I wanted to be mad at her, I actually kinda was.
"I had my chance?" It came out more annoyed than I really was. She backed up a little which no one else standing out here seemed to notice.
"That's what I said. It's the truth. Come on Liam think about it. How many times did I come on to you and you just turned me down?" Oh great, our first fight, and it's in public.
"I think I still have a chance..." She stayed quiet, so I moved on. "Is that why you broke up with me?" She stayed quiet again. I just assumed it was since she wouldn't answer me. "I can make it up to you." She didn't say anything, just shook her head. "Are you going to give me the silent treatment now? I was just kidding." She stood there, just being as silent as possible.
"No." She didn't say anything else, and just stood there with her hands at her side. Her face was blank.
"No what?" I was so frustrated. She came to stand right in front of me.
"No, that's not why I broke up with you. No, you can't make it up to me, because I don't care about that stuff. If you want to make it up to me, you already have just by standing here talking to me right now. And no, I'm not giving you the silent treatment. You're too annoying for that." It was silent for a few moments. I didn't know what to say. She looked up from the ground and continued talking. "Be on the lookout for my tweets Liam. I'm going to miss you guys." With that, she turned to leave. I watched her walking away, but when she turned back to look at me I realized I couldn't let her go. Everything we were feeling in this moment would fade, and if she walked away we would never feel it again. I started to walk after her, getting faster and faster. She never turned back to look at me again. When I reached her I took her arm and turned her around to face me.
"Where do you think you're going love?" I wiped a tear rolling down her face.
"Home, I'm going home. I have to." I couldn't help but give her a hug. I rocked her as she cried harder.
"You are home." I whispered in her ear.