"She is my daughter. Blood and all." Louis said on stage. I looked down at Anna. She looked up at me. I felt so stupid. How didn't I notice it before? I thought. Anna looks a lot like Louis. Her hair is the exact same color; her eyes are the exact same color; she acts the same; she seriously is the mini girl version of him!
"Elweanor?" she said. I felt like crying.
"No, Anna." I said, then I started to walk away.
"Eleanor!" Louis called running off the stage.
"No, Louis." I said, he walked closer.
"Eleanor, let me explain." he said.
"No, Louis!" I repeated. "Why didn't you say something!"
"I honestly don't know." he said. Now the tears started to fall. This time, I let myself cry in front of him. "Don't be mad at me, Eleanor. I know I should have said that she was my daughter-"
"I'm not mad at you for not saying that she is your daughter! I'm mad at you because you lied, Louis!" I yelled. People were starting to look at us.
"I'm not mad at you for not saying that she is your daughter! I'm mad at you because you lied, Louis!" Eleanor said. I felt tears spring into my eyes.
"Eleanor, I didn't want to lie-" I said, getting cut off by her.
"Then why did you?" she asked. Her tears grow thicker. As did mine as they rolled down my face.
"I . . . it just . . . I don't know." I said. My tears and her tears both rolled faster down our cheeks.
She let out a huff of air. Looked at me. Then looked at Anna. Then looked over my shoulder at the boys. Then turned to go.
"Louis, if I can't get an explanation of why you lied. Then I can't be with you." she said. I could tell that she was sad. I grabbed her wrist anyway.
"Eleanor, please don't leave me." I said my tears rolling down faster.
"I'm sorry, Louis. Call me when you have a good explanation." she said. Then she pulled her hand out of my grip.
"Eleanor, wait! I love you!" I screamed. She looked at me, tears still gushing from her eyes.
"I love you too, Louis. But I just, I just don't like to be lied to." she said. Then she walked away, leaving me standing stationary. Tears flowing out of my eyes.