Stay Strong, Beautiful.

Sapphire has her own problems, bad ones. No one to turn to, no nothing. In December 2011 she started listening to 5 Seconds Of Summer's music, she found it as an escape.


2. Chapter Two

A/N - SORRY I HAVEN'T POSTED IN AGES GUYS. I FORGOT ABOUT THIS AND WHEN I REMEMBERED A LITTLE WHILE AGO I COULDN'T WRITE ANYTHING I WAS PASSIONATE ABOUT, BUT I'M BACK NOW. I'LL TRY TO UPDATE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE! Also, sorry this chapter is short. I just wanted to get a quick update for you and I thought this is a decent chapter. Hope you enjoy:) xo


I woke up the next morning to the sound of Mum's voice shrieking at me to get up. Checking my clock, I quickly realized I was late for school. Since when did Mum ever care though? She gave up caring when I got into high school. Letting out a groan, I threw off my duvet and the cold, crisp winter air hit me through my velux window. I walked over to close it,forgetting I was only wearing a bra after last nights 'fun' ruined my only pair of pyjamas. Luckily, no one was outside to notice. Grabbing my uniform, I got dressed and ran a brush through my hair. I do have some standards, walking around school with hair like a tornado is not cool... no matter how little I care. 

The school bus was the same as usual, the 'oh, she did it again' look. But today, something was different at school, and I couldn't quite put my finger on what it was. Most people were the norm, ignoring me. Only after first lesson did I realize. There was a new girl. Whenever there's someone knew, the whole school basically goes into lock down. She seemed nice, first impressions of her was a girl who was shy, and not very out-going. She kept glancing at me walking down corridors, obviously bursting for someone to talk to. I wanted to talk to her but I didn't want her getting involved with my sh*t. 

After lunch was when she plucked up the courage to sit next to me in the library. 

"H-hi," she mumbled.

"Hey, you must be the new girl?" I replied.

"Y-yeah, I h-hate that l-label," She sighed.

"Most people do. So what's your name?"

"C-caitlin," She mumbled, again.

"Nice to meet you, I'm Sapphire," I said in my cheeriest voice, and we immediately knew we'd be good friends. 

I wasn't going to tell her my problems any time soon, I'll leave it as long as possible.

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