83. Believe me
"It's been twenty minutes. She should be out by now." I said. "Dude give her time." Calum said. I need to see if shes alright. "Sky. Sky. Open up." I said knocking on the door. There was no answer. "Skylar honey? Open up." I said. "Guys, shes not answering the door." I said. "Here's the key." Ashton said handing me a key. I turned the knob, and saw Skylar lying on the floor, with open scars all over her wrists, and blood everywhere. "Guys! Help me!" I yelled. "Oh my god!" Calum yelled. I picked her up and carried her into the car. "One of you call luke now!" I yelled. Ashton called Luke from the car.
My phone rang and I saw it was Ashton. "Not now." I said. "No, now. Skylar... Shes..." Ashton said. "Give me the damn phone!" Michael said. "Luke, just meet us at the hospital." He said. "Why what happened?" I asked. "She started again. Really bad." He said. I drove faster and faster. I hung up the phone.
I ran into the hospital. "Michael!" I yelled. I saw them sitting in the waiting room. "Luke. We need to talk." Michael said. I nodded. "She started again." He said. "I know. You told me. How bad is it?" I asked. "Let just say, there is quite a mess at home." He said. "That bad." I said. He nodded. "Hemmings?" Someone asked. I walked into the waiting room. "Skylar is fine. She has lost quite an amount of blood, but we have her stable. You can go in now." The doctor said. "Thank you." I said following him into the room. Skylar was hooked up to all sorts of machines, and wires, and tubes. She opened her eyes. "Hey. Hey baby." I said kneeling down. "You came here? W-why?" She asked. "Honey, we might have got into a fight, but you're safety is way more important to me than some stupid fight." I said. "Really. I-" she coughed. "I'm sorry luke. I'm sorry for starting again. I promised you that I wouldn't start again." She said. "Don't be sorry. It was my fault. But, look, I still love you whether you cut, or stop." I said. "Please. Please believe me. Please believe that I didn't kiss him. I was trying to say something, but-" "not now. Later. You need to rest." I said. She nodded, and I saw a tear run down her face. "Hey, don't cry. It's alright. You'll be fine." I said. "I know." And with that, she fell asleep.