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The opening of the backdoor caught her attention, though Evelyn didn't open her eyes to see who it was. Given the over all silence that still surrounded her, it wasn't Lilly nor Maria. Propping herself up on her elbows after a few moments, Eve scanned around her until her gaze landed on Lelend. Her lips turned into a tight thin line as her mind bobbled the idea of going over to him. In truth, she didn't have anything to be mad at him over anymore, but she also didn't want to be the one to apologize first. A trait that she had learned from her mother before her passing. Looking down at her feet, Evelyn weighed her options, taking in the facts of just how messed up the house was and the people that was in it. Did she really have time to be picky over something like this? Maybe later when they got eveything sorted out she could acted like she wanted too, but until then, she didn't have any choice.
Pushing herself up to her feet, Evelyn crossed the distance between them carefully, stepping out of the way before her shadow took over any of the sunlight that was covering him and sitting on his far side. even if he did strike out at her, she was out of distance. Not that she thought he would, but in this house one could never be too careful with things like that. Clearing her throat, Evelyn picked sheepishly at the grass in front of her. "You seem alright, considering last night." She paused for a moment, letting go of the blade of grass she had plucked out and went for another one. "Are you alright?" Evelyn voice turned soft as she let go of the second piece of grass, her fingers clumsily reached out for the third one just stopped a few inches shy of it.
"I'm...sorry." The word felt horrible on her tongue, and if it had a taste it would have been one that made Evelyn cring. She disliked having to apologize, mainly for things that she didn't understand what she was apologizing for. Leaning back on her hands, the small brunette looked up at the sky, taking in the sun on her face with closed eyes as she let her mind wander off into the realms it had been in before Lelend had shown up. "Your roommate seems like an okay-guy." Turning her attention towards the basketball court evelyn visibly cringed before looking back at the house. "Sorry about your game..." Laying back on the grass, Evelyn stretched her hand above her face, watching as it blocked out the sun. "I don't think I would have been able to play much - but I should have handled that better, you know?" She was rambling, she knew she was rambling, to someone that most likely didn't care to listen to her rambles.
With a silent sigh, Evelyn pushed herself back into a sitting position. Not knowing what to do with herself was beginning to become a normal thing. She could go back into the house, though her peace would be taken away from her. The other thing that she could do was wait outside until whatever fires she had started in there would be put out. "I should probably just let them think whatever they want from now on huh?" The she had spoke it outloud, she didn't expect to hear an answer. Lelend had kept to himself for the last few weeks and at breakfast too. Just because he hadn't been in on the games with Maria, didn't mean that he didn't resent her for something else.
Lelend ground the last bits of sleep from his eyes. He had such a lacking amount of it, his legs wobbled slightly as he stood at the counter in the tiny kitchen; the same kitchen that was filled with such sparks of anger Lelend was prepared to be electrocuted. It was obvious that Evelyn had a new dying hate for Maria, as well as Maria did her. The last day, was still vague and held heavy amounts of smoke in Lelend's mind. He'd have to have a chat with Acheron later, with the way the male was so tensed up at the table between the two females, he probably remembered a well amount. Rubbing the bump on the back of his head, he slightly remembered the cracking pain that shot fireworks in his brain. It happened right after Maria had clawed at Evelyn.
God.. It hurts so much. What seriously happened..? It was all in the basement.. What if I go down there, and possibly remember..? They say if you go back to the scene, than memories may drip down from it... Lelend thought quietly to himself, stabbing at his toast with an absentminded look. Right after he'd offered the sports game, it was like a war broke out; but he wasn't exactly listening. Acheron quickly retreated from the side lines and dumped his half-eaten breakfast into the trash; plate, fork and cup. Lily implied that Acheron, Evelyn and himself had some type of threesome the previous night. Why is it when we go to each others rooms, that it's about sex? Aren't we supposed to be mental, retarded even? Why is it that it's still what everything is about.. Even in this hellish prison cell.. Lelend inquired to himself, before clearing his throat and downing the rest of his water. Evelyn took on quite the dull and droning tone, almost like a little girl not wanting to whine but trying to stand her ground when getting to something.
To Lelend, it was as if Evelyn won that battle despite what the other two said. But the werewolf couldn't even take a glance at Maria long enough without flinching away. He was deeply hurt, and had such a bubbling broil of anger in the pits of his stomach that he couldn't stand to be in the room with her. Scratching his back swiftly, and rubbing his left eye once more, he left the kitchen; Leaving Acheron to deal with everything else himself. He couldn't take it. His eyes felt bruised, and there were clear bags beneath him. His hair was messier than usual, and his breathing was incredibly hard and shallow; like he had a tough time doing so. It was idiotic to put the idea of a basketball game in there. How could he get through it, in his state?
"Uhm... Well.. I.. If you want the story, then just.. Ask away?" Acheron finally said, speaking his first words beside simply greetings in that room. He saw the two females glance at him, Maria looking like she would spit in his face any moment. He easily backed up, and placed his body against the counter. Leaning heavily on it, trying to relax his muscles. Acheron had no clue was to how Lelend could deal with these crazy bitches on a normal basis. It was no wonder why the brothers' of sisters' were always spiteful, and rude from time-to-time. Some even had no need to protect their sisters; that much was obvious since most could take care of themselves with such attitudes.
Lelend adjusted his tank top of his lean back, and practically toppled over his legs outside. He knew Evelyn was out there, but because his body was so cold at this moment he had to get some warmth; after every transformation night, he got incredibly cold and then gained his body heat back once more. Rolling onto a patch of random grass, and shutting his hurting eyes tightly he let the sun pour onto his body. He even lifted up his shirt a bit, so that he could expose more of his skin to the rays of daylight. It felt nice.. A tickling warm feelings that slowly spread across him. Heating him up. All thoughts of the previous day, night and even what happened in the kitchen and ditching Acheron left his mind completely. He felt at peace, and all his muscles relaxed. Almost as if he were mush, he groaned without control. "Wow... I feel.. So much better" He muttered to himself. Wondering when the nurses would calm down the other residents, when Pilly Lily would ever leave their sight or even.. When Evelyn could forgive him, as he had her.
The two girls eyes that had once been locked, disappeared as they turned in a different direction; Evelyn towards the nurse and Maria towards Lelend. Whether the two of them wanted to fight between them to die down was unknown to the ones that were idly watching the sparks fly from them. Maria shrugged at the nurse looked in her direction and then the older woman’s eyes landed on Evelyn, a small smile was given before her eyes darted back to her plate. There was a pure moment of awkward silence before the nurse left the room once more, casting a long glance of her shoulder and departing into the hallway towards the nurse’s station. The tiny boy that was always playing on his psp coughed uncomfortable into his hand while Evelyn got up from her seat and tossed what was left of her breakfast into the trash, the sound destroying the silence of the room as she moved back to her seat.
“Well, I am not going to play – Getting sweaty is something I’m not into.” Lily stated rather loudly, breaking the little silence that was left, her voice having a hostel rasp to it. The other blonde that continued to follow her around echoed out the say word vomit before the two went back to their morning gossip.
“I can’t play any sport that well, but I’ll give it a try.” Evelyn ran a hand through her hair, frowning slightly as her pinky was snagged by a tangle she had missed that morning. Working her fingers into the tiny knocked hair until it bounced back into its normal curl, the small brunette laid her head down on the table. What she really wanted was some aspirin and maybe a long nap.
“I’ve seen you struggle with your own shoe laces, dove.” Maria chimed in to the earlier comment, making Lily looked back over at the two. However all Evelyn could do was groan at the comment, since it was true. But for someone that is half asleep, it is quite hard to tango with shoelaces while trying to locate just where one had stashed away the slip on shoes.
Lily tossed her blonde mane over her shoulder as she settled her elbows on the table and let her gaze fall on Evelyn’s before turning over towards Lelend and Acheron. “So, Evelyn, care to tell us what you were doing in the boys room last night? I see you’re pretty banged up there – any reason why?” A smirk stretched over her lips as she watched the tiny brunette turn her head towards her, still lying on the table as she gave the blonde a once over.
“Are you jealous that I can handle two guys while you can’t even handle yourself?” Evelyn rose and eyebrow but rolled her eyes at the blonde as she started to open her mouth and whine her complain. “Nothing happened. But I’m sure there’ll be a story about what did happen in there – which I am just dying to hear, so go ahead and say whatever.” With that, Evelyn turned her head back, her eyes facing the table top as her forehead rested against it, a slow breath leaving her. Dealing with Lily and her ever watchful eyes would be a problem if it continued like this. But if it was just sneered comments about her being a whore, then Evelyn could handle it – she was already used to the comments and pranks that the other girl had been playing on her. Now she had to worry about Maria as well.
“I’m quite curious as to what happened in there as well.” Maria commented, making Evelyn give her a bored glare. “Then ask Lelend or Acheron, since nothing happened when I was in there. ” Maria gave a little chuckled as she toyed with the ends of her hair, keeping her eyes locked on the locks as if they were the most interesting thing in the world. “Of course nothing happened when you were in there, not like you’d know what to do anyway.”
“Probably won’t.” Evelyn voice monotone out – the thought of breaking into the medicine cabinet in the nurse’s bathroom was sounding more and more appealing to her.
“Good girls shouldn’t be going over to the boys side at night.” Maria tossed out, now looking at her nails, scanning them for any dirt.
“And girls whose only gotten action is by reading romance novels should give advice on things that they have no knowledge of.” Evelyn droned, getting up from her seat and moved towards the back door, looking around to make sure that there were no doctors or nurses to stop her as she put in the code to the door.
“Where are you going? You’re not allowed outside by yourself!” Lily screeched out, pouting out her bottom lip as if she was actually upset by the others breaking of the rules.
“Not when you’re called Pilly Lilly you can’t. And I’m a little tired from whoring myself out at the breakfast table, so if you’ll excuse me.” Evelyn slipped out the backdoor and into the yard, pausing at the place where she had sat with Lelend when she had first arrived there and plopped down. Stretching herself out on the ground and closing her eyes as she let the silence of nature surround her, the sun slowly warming her skin that had been icy since she woke up that morning.
The obvious stress of lack of sleep had gotten to Lelend. His jaw continued to lay slack, his lips slightly pursed as if he were pondering on the thoughts that swarmed his mind like a wasp of angry bee's. Though, most of these bee's stung him unhappily, making him want to yelp. But he was enough restrain on himself, to stay quiet as he leaned against the counter. The morning air was spazzing with the erratic feelings that spun around. Deep circles had taken their home beneath his husk gray eyes, which appeared to be dull and lacked the twinkle that had once been there.
Acheron peered curiously at Lelend often, wondering if what had happened last night.. Truly happened. On the previous, it was like their two worlds had collided in a way, with utter confusion to zone them both out. All Acheron was sure of, was that something had happened last night.. That Lily was checking him out, while passing Evelyn quite the dirty look, and his roommate had gone through a large amount of pain while he attempted to hush it with mere words. "Well.. Uhm.. Nice.. Breakfast..This morning hm?" Acheron finally coughed out between his chews of sunny-side up eggs. Lelend just huffed in soft agreement from the back of the room, forcing his fingers to comb through his messy locks.
He felt a few tangles separate at such combing, and a timid smile slowly spread its way on his lips. Despite the anger that filled the room, that snarls that hummed in his chest.. The fact that he wanted to tear at Maria's throat, possibly rip out her heart and force her to eat it, while drinking her own blood.. The thoughts continued to rage on and on, but still he was able to smile. Lelend's plastic fork stabbed almost angrily, but still softly at the toast that crumbled on his Styrofoam, and also small imprints were being made by the slightly sharp edges of his spork. I hate this place.. I hate Maria.. I want.. To speak with Evelyn. I despise Lily. Acheron.. I don't know about him. He's.. I enjoy his company actually Lelend thought to himself, his lids fluttering half closed. He offered a slanted glance at Evelyn, to see her wry smile as she glowered at Maria. Her cuts already healing upon her face, but bruises littering her body from the tumble she'd taken down those stairs.
"I.. Had an idea for something we could all do today." Lelend finally piped up, after a drawing silence that made them all think quietly while munching on quite a tasteless breakfast. "I mean.. Surely the nurses-" He said, speaking the word louder to peak their interest. "Maybe.. Since there are, what? Possibly eight people here, including myself? We could play a good basketball game.. Maybe it'll settle all differences,and actually give us something to do on our last day off before we're stuck back in classes, and drowning in pills once more? Hm?" Lelend questioned the few at the table, seeing as Acheron bowed his head but nodded meagerly in agreement. It seemed no one wanted to truly speak their opinions in this moment, not even Lily; she could sense the deep edge in the room, the sparks that flew between Maria and Evelyn. For once, she didn't want to make it worse.
Stretching out his muscles with a deep groan that rumbled in his chest, slowly rising in his throat he tossed the toast in the trash. Looking at the nurses for confirmation for his idea, and they nodded. "It should be.. a good thing for you kids. We'll referee and look over the game, later on. After breakfast" The taller nurse said, and passed a smile that made Lelend return it happily.
OOC: I'm sorry. I know this sucked. :/
Rubbing her temples with her fingers, Evelyn looked down on the breakfast unsatisfied. It wasn’t that she was not feeling that variety that they gave to her, but her body just wanted for more sleep. Every muscle screamed out in pain. Simple moves made her pause in her actions. There was nothing that she could really do that wouldn’t cause herself pain – Evelyn even bet in her mind that if she dared to try and eat anything that that would also hurt. A newly form injury that was just wanting to make itself known to her. Hazel eyes glanced up at as the two entered, though she merely nodded her head at the statement since she didn’t trust herself to speak.
However, her morning was ruined when a familiar dark haired female strolled down the stairs, eyes a normal color and humming a tune that Evelyn couldn’t place. “Morning everyone.” Maria greeted calmly, brushing past the two boys and making her way towards the food, getting a rather helping portion before making her way to the chair opposite of Evelyn. “Morning Eve.” A bright smile stretched on the other girl’s lips, making a shudder travel up Evelyn spine. Maria didn’t have a scratch on her; even the places that she had been thrown and bashed didn’t have a single mark on them. “Did you sleep well?” Evelyn looked up at her, waiting to see if her eyes would flash another color, but nothing happened, the smile remained the same and all the small brunette could do was just stare at the other.
“Lovely.” Evelyn replied, keeping her eyes level with the Maria, her face expressionless while questions buzzed around in her head. So they had moved her out of the room, but why? Did Maria come up with a story to get herself out? Or did they know what happened in the basement the other day? Shivering, Evelyn looked back down to her food, picking up her toast and returning to the normal morning routine of nibbling on the sides until the nurses said that she could leave. “How did you sleep?” Evelyn looked back up, a fake smile settling itself onto her lips as her mind set it out to play this game that the other was so into at the moment. It was the least she could do for her old roommate. The very least…
“Just grand.” Maria answered, locking eyes with Evelyn for a second before looking down to her plate.
“Well, I am glad that you two slept so great – since I had to move someone into my room in the middle of the night.” Lily growled as she plopped down in her normal spot on the other end of the table, her tiny group of two others following her. Tossing her shiny blonde hair over one shoulder, Lily processed to give Evelyn the stink eye before sipping angry at her orange juice. Well, that explained where the other girl had went to last night. It also said that she hadn’t told Lily about what had happened in the basement – though why Maria would tell her something like that was beyond Evelyn in the first place. Unless Lily had something that could trump the other girl. Raising an eyebrow at the blonde, Evelyn ran through her list of supernatural creatures. None of which were popping out to be the blondes true nature. Maybe she was actually just crazy and put in here for that reason. Not everyone in this place could have been the same the four she knew that were super – counting herself in this.
Chomping down on her bottom lip, Evelyn put down her toast, no long interested in pretending to eat the food. It wouldn’t help her in her problem right now anyway. For now she would push that problem to the back of her head and think about what was behind the door in the basement. Maybe she would get some answers then, since there were no answers to get from this place if you were simply to go up and ask one of the nurses – they were there only to hand out the pills.
The sudden attack left Acheron awestruck. Instead of rushing into feeling of panic head-first, it seemed his eyes merely bulged from his head and he just appeared numb. Numb in feeling, mind, thought.. Anything that had the ability to go numb, did at that very moment. Though the world appeared to be screaming in crazy, and each action that was preformed before him seemed fuzzy and hazy like a horridly taped film, Acheron slowly brought himself into action. Moving his screaming muscles and bones, forcing his mind into gear. The process was endearing, and quite slow. It made just a few seconds, appear to be hours as Acheron flopped out of bed. Crust still stuck and jabbing him in the eyes.
"Lelend.. Lelend" Acheron croaked into the midst of the night. The room was quite stuffy, and became even hotter to the male as he inched himself closer to the convulsing Lelend. Groans erupted from the deepest parts of his chest, and not one limb in his body was left still. His lids fluttered constantly, and Acheron prepared himself to see some sort of foam leaking from the corners of his lips. But he only prayed silently that, that wouldn't happen and Lelend wouldn't leap on him as Maria did Evelyn. Since it was obvious that he was stronger than that crazed girl, Acheron was not only afraid to lose but that he'd hurt his new roommate again. "Lelend! What's wrong?" Acheron rasped again, forcing his drooping lids up. Peering into the darkness, and letting them linger on his shaking frame. He wasn't sure what to do, nor was he entirely certain that it wasn't a dream. But he distinctly remembered a possible phrase or two - even a word - of some transformation that he went through.
Oh shit! Is he gonna.. Acheron began to think before a growl howled through Lelend's throat. His teeth bared, and he clawed eagerly at the floor as if it made the pain go away. Confusion left him stricken again, just staring blankly as the male went through an utter world of hell. In fact, when Lelend actually had a chance to glance around, his world was.. melted. All the dark and dim colors in the room - that were heightened to him - blended all together into one big mush. As if someone threw it all into a blender, and sped it up. A horribly painted canvas to look at, in which you had no clue which was what.. It was starting to get to Lelend, and soon he just flopped onto his side and curled into a ball. Scratching at his arms, bursting out hushed screams, that became muffled behind a towel Acheron used to dab at his sweating face.
"Help.. Me.." Lelend finally brayed, seeming to be impaired briefly since the words slurred and he just about choked on his own spit. But, Acheron would do nothing but rush down the hall - as quietly as possible - and dump packets of ice cubes on Lelend. Though it helped in a meager portion, they ice quickly melted with his extreme body head, and soon his convulses became flimsy and settled very slowly. Lelend's body went limp on the floor, and his finger sought out the towel, clasping onto it tightly and fondling the dirtied fabric before finally passing out. Acheron glanced at the male, resting there before gradually pacing back to his bed, and flopping within the safety of his bed covers. Though it would have been wise, and caring to pick Lelend up and put him back in his own bed, Acheron was too out-of-it to fully process the information correctly.
The next morning came, and ring in both male's heads - and ears - nosily, awaking them. Lelend, to find himself lying on the floor with blunt memories of the previous night, and Acheron still with crust stabbing his eyes still attempting to understand what had occurred. Both males got into quick showers, fixing their hair so that they were presentable enough. Acheron slipped on a bulgy sweater and faded blue jeans; leaving his mask on the bedside table for today. Lelend, dressed in gray track pants and a nicely fitted tee that read Live Life with no Regrets. A saying he tried to honestly live by, but couldn't mostly. Regrets just piled up higher and higher to the point where he felt like he needed to take out trash, since it suffocated him "Ready to go downstairs?" Acheron asked, shooting Lelend a glance out of the corner of his eye. Lelend had no need to reply, and left the room curtly, brushing against the wall a few times and smacking his arm a bit giving him pains that shot throughout his body. Thinking back on the many flexes his muscles had done last night, he shuddered at the thought. It was a world of pain he had to endure, for some reason that stayed unknown to him. Scooting into the kitchen, with Acheron following in about a minute after he stabbed at a piece of toast that had regular butter on it.
He wasn't too hungry. In fact, he felt quite sick.. "Good morning.." Lelend said softly, practically whispering the scanty words. Acheron dug into some eggs made, sunny-side up and munched on it quietly.
At least there was silence now.
Light dreams drifted about her head, shimmering behind her eyelids, gossamer threads spun by spiders of the imagination. Like fragile flames the images flickered in and out. The quality of her dreams was always so terrible, much like a worn out film. Distant memories hidden in the back of her mind fueled those dreams. Held lightly against her fingertips the always-warm room fed the fire of her dreams this time around. Terrible memories stretched out before her. Helpless against the chains of a regrettable sleep she found no salvation from the images played out before her. Her prison bars were not made of the conventional iron and steel. Emotions and memories were her bars. They pinned and kept her down. In the beginning she would have never believed it; how quickly the world changed in the blink of an eye. Without an ever-vigilant watch it could very well slip right through the cracks, and so it had. The passing days were nothing but a multitude of fading memories, useless and biased snapshots through her own heart; which she no longer trusted. In truth Evelyn was beginning to rarely trust anything of late.
Rolling, pink covered cushions pressed softly against her face, Evelyn groaned softly beneath her breath. Her dreams were indeed a vividly dark place, but they always came to an end eventually. Slowly, as usual, her consciousness climbed away from the terror land in her head. Images flickered like candles, shadows melted into one another. Sooner rather than later it all disappeared. Eyelids fluttered, showing her deep, emerald green eyes to the small, empty room. “Piss.” She grumbled, holding a hand to her head to find it tightly bandaged. Every bone in her body screamed out in protest as she shifted in the small bed. Wary eyes looked around the plain hospital room, squinting as she tried to figure out where she was and what had happened. However, before she could even think about Maria and where she might be, she found herself drifting off to sleep once more, much to the relief of her beaten, bruised, and broken body.
When morning finally came around, Evelyn was slightly surprised to find she was alone in the room. And by alone, there was no longer things on the other side of the room, all of Maria’s things seemed to have been taken out in the middle of the night all that was there was an empty bed. Stumbling her way to the bathroom, Evelyn began to morning routine, most of the cuts already healing while some just washed away, being nothing more than dry blood. After the shower, her ankle was the next item on the list as she wrapped the joint, she got to over look the other damages that had been done to her body. There was a large bruise on her hip, some smaller ones stretching over her back and front and a few lines up her legs. All in all it looked like she had been tumbling in a dryer for an hour or so.
Getting dress almost made the female want to go do stairs naked. Everything hurt or screamed out in pain as she slipped on some skinny jeans and a band shirt that managed to hide most of her bruising, there was nothing she could do about her face. Though it only looked like someone had slapped her across the face on both cheeks – someone with stupid long nails. “Hey Evveee.” Evelyn jumped at her name and narrowed her eyes at Lily, waiting for her to pounce on her as well. “Didja ya have fun on the boys side last night?” A chorus of giggles left her as she brushed by her, making Evelyn sigh. So there was another secret that she was going to have to protect.
Down stairs breakfast was lined up as it normally was – though Maria wasn’t there, which made Evelyn purse her lips. The girl wouldn’t just disappear, meaning that she was hiding somewhere in the house or pulling the sick card to get out of breakfast – a smart moved that she should have pulled. Taking up her normal seat at the end, the small brunette only grabbed her normal two pieces of toast and orange juice, taking some rather running scramble eggs when the nurse sent a glare towards her as she walked through the room. “So how’s the new kid Evelyn?” Lily sneered from her seat, making Evelyn roll her eyes. First Lelend was the whore and now she was – like a circle. “Is he worth going after? Or are you going to French this one during breakfast too? Please tell me so I know not to eat.”
“Shut up Lily.” Was the only comeback that Evelyn could think of as she rubbed her forehead. Who would she have to attack to get aspirin in this place?
Acheron could just imagine what it would be like, to feel the fear that Evelyn must feel often, with spirits running - or floating - around. She did state the fact that there was one here. Here, in the mental ward. A place where she was believed to be in security in safety, her new home to stay in so she could stabilize and be sent back home when she was cured; or so cured in a way. But, it seems that they were deathly wrong since no one ever went home. Lelend was to the extent of being fine, and restrained himself from tearing at people for years. But still, he was locked within this prison. Only able to sit on his butt, and await the key to freedom to dangle in front of his face; and sometimes it actually did. But the bars of the cell, kept him from snatching the key away from the greedy grasps of the doctors and nurses.
Sighing deeply, he ran a hand through his locks. Feeling it tear through knots at times as he did so, before finally letting his hand rest to his side. A small smile spread upon his lips, as Evelyn explained her last day in high school. It seemed they both went out with quite the scene; hers being slightly more.. Dramatic than his. Since he hadn't run around the school, screeching descriptions of some unknown being that was chasing her; a spirit in which no one else but her could see. But it must be frightening often, to have idea's of being alright and then turn around and see a decaying person glaring at you. Just imagining it, made the male's skin crawl slightly. "I understand.." Acheron said suddenly, finally finding his hushes voice as he expressed his sudden feelings for Evelyn. And then, the female spread out her legs, stretching from all the sitting that had occurred and brought her frame up with a jolt. Stating her leave, Acheron abruptly felt a small amount of hurt flood his chest; and then slight fear for what she'd find when she entered her dorm room.
"You.. Don't have to leave. It wouldn't be.. I don't think it'd be okay to face her yet. Maybe you should change dorm rooms first; don't you think that'd be the smart choice, Evelyn?" Acheron questioned, his eyes seeking out her own dark orbs. Licking his drying lips as he spoke the words. So many questions hung on his tongue, so many things he wanted to learn about her. But all of it would have to wait for later. Another groan erupted into the silence that followed the male's words, and then soon a soft sob and Lelend shot up. Holding his head, and groaning loudly. His gruff hands roaming from his face to his head,and back. Then down his frame, to probing his goose egg.
"Ugh.. What... Happened.." Lelend whimpered softly, rubbing his arms up and down and looking at the two. Acheron just stared back quietly, brows raised for a short period of time before he got up from his seat and hurried off to his side to aid him.
"I accidentally knocked you out. You were prying Maria off of Evelyn, when she pounced on her.. And I kinda.. threw you across the room by mistake, instead. But Maria, is knocked out currently too.. Evelyn was just heading back to her room.." Acheron explained, his eyes swimming with curiosity and care for the male. He still felt so incredibly guilty for beating on him.
"What? You're going back there with that insane bitch?" Lelend croaked, glancing over at the brunette. "That's not too wise, especially when you look like swiss cheese" Leleld commented. And then.. Came the sudden rush of blood, oozing out of his nose. "Oh, shit.." He cursed, and practically stumbled from his bed. Trying to find the box of tissue's; Acheron snatched them from his bed and gave one to Lelend, who pressed his nose tightly in the tissue and willed the blood to stop; with complete failure.
Pursing her lips together until they made a flat line, Evelyn rocked back on her heels, eyes taking in the male in the chair with a sadden expression. She would feel like that later, when the stress of everything finally got to her, the situation that had happened moments ago would finally hit her and send her into her own crazy mood. Looking to the sleeping Lelend and then back to the other, Evelyn crossed the room and sat back on her heels next the Acheron, a hand resting on his knee cap as she searched for some kind of words that would make everything okay for the male. But the only words that she could find herself saying were meaningless, so she went with the second approach on the subject. Licking her lips, she thought back to the last day in her old school, a slight sting of pain hit her as the memory washed over her.
“We’re all a little bit freakish – don’t you think?” Evelyn gave a smile as she patted his knee cap, her mind scrambling for something else. “The last day at my school, I ran around like a chicken with my head cut off, talking some one that wasn’t even there. Way to end things with a bang huh?” She stopped for a second, debating on whether or not she should comment on the males past but just went with it anyway. The worst that he could do was knock her out up here, unless he had more hidden talents to him then he was sharing with her. “You had a reason to attack back – I think, I’ve never – well…I have been in that situation before, but I think I might have done, did that same thing as you.” She cleared her throat and rolled back on her heels, hand dropping away from the other as she looked towards the door. It was enough time for the nurses to bring Maria back into her room – but did she really want to go in there willingly? What if in the middle of the time Maria woke up and decided that smothering her with a pillow was a great idea? Evelyn didn’t want to think about it – surely the other girl could think of a better way to torture the other then a pillow. However, the small brunette knew that hiding out wouldn’t last very long, the nurses would be looking for her soon enough.
“I’m going to go back to my room.” Evelyn stood back up, stumbling a little as her legs tried to un-numb themselves, a thousand little needles began to run down her legs as she ambled towards the door. Pausing with her hand on the door knob. “If you need anything I’m the last door on the left – and make sure the wake him up in a few hours…Make sure there’s still a blood flow to the brain, you know?” With a parting smile, Evelyn removed herself from the room in the same manner that she had entered it, slowly and carefully as she snuck back across to the other side, narrowly missing getting caught as the nurse’s filed out of her room.
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