17. What I want
She's gone. I lost her. But I don't want her to know. I wanted to be normal again. Not the guy who lost a part of his family. Not the one who everyone feels sorry for.
My door opens and I see a self-assured Rosie standing in my door opening. I really thought she would be gone forever. "No, Luke, no. I do care, you know and you may think I don't but here's this. I do care about you. I do care about what happened. Even if I don't know what exactly happened I want to be there for you. And I'm rally sorry I said that you don't care about them. I take it back but I was angry I didn't know what I said. And the last thing is if you want me to leave fine, but remember this: I will always care about you." She looked me in the eyes and I can tell she means it. Maybe I care too. She can't leave. But while thinking this she turns around and walks away. I didn't realize it and when I do I hear her say goodbye to my mom. No this can't happen.
As fast as I can I jump off my bed and run downstairs. I don't even spend time to take my jacket althought it's raining outside. I just open my door and walk outside.
Again and again.
Then a beautiful silhouette caughts my eye. Long brown wavy hear and a cute little walk. It's her. I run, as fast as I can. Every step I take I can see her more clearly. And every step I make I am more sure about my decision. I want her.
I grab her hand and turn her toward me. I look in her gorgeous brown eyes and smile. "Rosie, I care about you. I really do and forget about everything that I did I was stupid. I don't want those girls. Rosie, I want you." Water-drops are falling on our faces and even in the rain she is the prettiest girl I've ever seen. A little smile appears on her face and she presses her lips on mine. I don't care that it's raining, I don't care that we're somewhere outside, I don't care people can see us, I don't care that she probably will discover. I care about her. That's what counts.