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Lelend's body stiffened briefly at the abrupt words of missing that passed through the Brunette's lips. It surprised him quite a lot, since it appeared to him that Evelyn was the type of person to not sound off such emotions. It was like she was one that had a little too much pride, and Lelend already knew from before that she didn't even want to apologize to him; her words dripped with slight regret when she told him earlier. Snuffing, he rested his head back down into her lap. Feeling her nails scratch his ears, forcing him to wag his tail; he felt it thump against the grassy ground. Picking up a few straw pieces, getting caught in his coarse fur.
But he didn't mind it very much, and felt his tail sway until it completely stopped moving. Her questions followed, one after another and made his head spin for moments before he grasped the situation once more. It was hard to keep track since it was like his mind had slowed done. Like it was defrosting after being placed in a freezer for years. It had incredibly hard to concentrate and his new, enhanced eye sight kept his black orbs wandering around the slight forest they were in, for protection. Silent prayers were still being sent up to whomever looked after the couple, for them to not be caught and he continued to keep open ears for the conversation Evelyn was practically having with herself.I missed you too.. It is lonely, and Acheron just came along so it's not like we're close or anything.. I've never liked a mental person more in here
Lelend thought to himself, just a mere breath in his thoughts that brushed away old, charred memories that flared embers in his heart. He licked his snout once more, wetting his nose since it had become dry. His long tongue flicked out once more, to kiss Evelyn's hands. He really enjoyed the way she patted him, working into his fur.. It was like she was giving him a massage. But she didn't clearly understand the full concept of molestation; it wasn't aggressive, nor did Lelend not like it. It just relaxed him more, causing his lids to flutter shut, the light trickling down through the leaves lightly tickling them.
He head leaned over to nudge her knee distantly, almost urging her to continue talking despite the fact he couldn't understand her fully any longer. He just enjoyed her voice, how her rambling always drove the raging silence away. A conversation was never dull, and when it was.. Well, then that was when you knew that it was time to go. And speak another time. Lelend whimpered, almost as if to pout and say no
to the whole Bromance thing.
Her throat closed up as she watched Lelend move towards his paws. Was he really hungry? Well, if that was the case she wasn't lunch. Even with her awkward run, she might be able to out run him to the house. However, her thoughts were taken away from the subject of being lunch as Lelend rested his head on her lap. Blinking back her surprise, Evelyn took it as a side that she had taken it as a sign that she had managed to do one thing right. Wiggling her hands free from under her legs, Evelyn went back to petting the large wolf, her nose wrinkling as she ran her fingers through his fur. It felt weird to her, not in an awkward way, but in a way that made her wish that Lelend was actually a dog and that she was back home - this was all so sort of miss up. "Still feels like I'm molesting you." She grumbled under her breath, letting her fingers run over his ears, a small giggle slipping from her before she stratched behind one. Another giggle fell from her lips as she let her hands wander down his back before returning to petitn ghis head.
"It feels weird, does your natural hair feel like this too?" Evelyn asked curious, not caring that the he couldn't talk, she would forget it ask it later if not now. "Can you wag your tail or does it do it on its own?" The questions seemed like they wouldn't stop from her so Evelyn looked back towards the shed, almost wanting the other to be back in human form then this so not to make a fool of herself. Granted that she had already did that plenty of times, but soon she was going to start thinking that he was actually a dog and trying to get him to play fetch with her. Wouldn't that be lovely for both of them?
"I missed you." The words surprised her more then she thought they would as she let her hand move down his back and return to his head, continuing the same motion over and over. Under his fur she could tell that he was running over the normal temptature for a dog or wolf, but since he was neither of them, she figured that it was alright. In fact it was almost more welcome then the cold of inside the house. Moving close to him, Evelyn leaned her back up against the tree behind her while she worked both of her hands into his fur. "I mean, as a friend and all...I missed you. That place is...lonely." Evelyn chomped down on her bottom lip, not sure on how she was going to go about this conversation or where she was actually going with it. If anything it sounded like she was just babbling on like a school girl to her first crush. Though she had already past the point of crushing since she had stolen his first kiss a month ago. "You probably don't care to listen to that sort of thing. Since you know, you have like brofriends or whatever." She looked up towards the treetops, staring up as the sky like it could save her from the one sided conversation that was going to a deadly awkward end. "Bromance." She corrected after a time, scratching behind Lelend's ear once more while she stretched out her legs and wiggling her toes. Shoes would be handy if this ever happened again.
The wolf before the brunette shuttered, and his air puffed from his snout as he shook his head. Licking his chaps, and smacking them uneasily. His large jaws clenching against one another. What happened? Lelend asked himself, peering behind him, but to have his vision blurred slightly by a patch of fur too close to his eye. It freaked him out briefly, and he yelped; and then felt fingers run through his coarse, blackish-brown fur. It soothed him more than her rubbing his back previous, and he quickly rested his head upon his paws once more.
Wow.. So.. This is what it's like He thought silently, huffing softly as if he were laughing when Evelyn made the notice that he obviously couldn't talk anymore. She continued to ramble, her voice droning on in his mind. His lids fluttering as he attempted to listen more intently to the female; then she spoke about a dead person lingering behind the shed they were just near, and he snatching her hand back to abruptly, his eyelids flew open. His dark, black orbs searching Evelyn's face for more emotion; for more reason to that action. Snuffling once more, he poked and nudged his hand with his wet nose.
No.. I like it He thought softly, feeling his muscles become sore, but they weren't as tense as they once were. He was more relaxed, and though he wished greatly that he could talk, he had to stay in silence. Just for this moment, and until he could change back. Wait! CHANGE BACK?! He screeched, bringing his nose away and looking up towards the blue sky, squinting even through the shady area he lay in. How will I change back?! He questioned, wracking his brain for any sort of answer. The only one that came to him.. Was it to just happen on its own. Be natural, like anything else. The thought scared him, and his curled up slightly. His body, still huge despite his efforts to become small.
Lelend quickly averted his gaze from the skies, and returned it back to Evelyn. Practically piercing through her, trying to peer around her but unable to. Snuffling once more, he used his front paws to inch forwards, his back ones too hurt to use currently. The large, bulky wolf nodded a couple times, and then placed his head on Evelyn's lap. This girl made him very calm, and he rarely got angry at her for good reasons. Everything that tainted their relationship before, seemed free from them now. Even though he was a big, monstrous freak, Lelend still felt at peace within her presence. He couldn't help it.
It was har dto describe what happened next; Evelyn had lost her voice, unable to think of anything to say as she watched Lelend continue on with the pain, vomitting over the side, thankfully away from her, before crawling off into the bushes. It had caught her eye, the way that he carried himself off, the way that the hair on his arms seemed to have grown more in the last few seconds. However, as much as she wanted to follow him, she didn't. Her body wouldn't respond the way that she wanted it too. True, she had heard all the moans and the sound of flesh ripping from the place that he took off too. But she did nothing to comfort him. Just sat there and soon looked up towards the sky until the sounds stopped. Only then did she get up on two tembling legs and ambled over towards the place she had seen him crawl off too.
A silent scream worked its way up her throat, but nothing came out other then a huff of air as she stepped closer to a too large wolf. "Is that you, Lelend?" Evelyn stepped close until she sank down next to him, her hand trembling as she reached out and let her fingers touch the coarse fur just above his shoulder blade. "This is amazing Lelend." She whispered, her hand smoothing over the fur of his shoulder a few times before she remembered that she actually touching Lelend and not some family dog. Clearing her throat she looked back towards the shed. They were no longer in sight of anyone or if anyone would step behind the shed.
However, that didn't mean that they were completely safe. If the found her out of sight behind the building, they would take away her outside pass, no longer to escape the inside building that was filled with people that she might even up murdering just to get them to leave her alone.
"Does it still hurt?" Evelyn asked gingerly, tiliting her head as if she were confused about something before a small giggle left her. "Sorry," she apologized, "I'm not laughing at you. I just...You can't talk in that form right?" She almost wanted to lean against his side, but just ended up sitting cross-legged beside him. Now was the time to talk if any, since there was nothing that he could tell her. "I-Lelend, you know how I can see dead people right?" She began, her hand reaching back out and running long his back a few times. "Sorry, I would talk about this more but...I don't know what to say about werewolves...Are you hungry?" She asked warily, giving Lelend a small smile to let him know that she was teasing him. Perhaps not the best thing to do either.
"There-someone died behind the shed." She continued from earlier. "He isn't there now, but he was there the last time and..." Evelyn snatched her hand away once more, having forgotten that it was still Lelend in the wolf. "I need to stop touching you." She stated after to carefully put her hands under her thighs, keeping the away from Lelend to make sure that there was no way that she could end up molesting him again in his weakened state. "You should be safe from me know." Wiggling just an inch way from him, evelyn glanced over her shoulder, not towards the house, but towards the fence that lined along it. Running away sounded like heaven, but doing it alone was something that she knew wasn't going to happen.
Right when Lelend felt Evelyn begin to soothe his tensed muscles by rubbing his back, he completely lost it. All the emotional trauma, and guilt that lingered heavily upon his shoulders crumpled and fell right off into the abyss of something more that he couldn't understand, nor see. He swallowed hard, but that didn't keep the tears from flowing down his sweating cheeks, falling off his face and into the grass he leaned over. He vomited once more, and began to sob uncontrollably.
Growls rippling in his chest often, as much as his muscles spazzed. He was in such a scary situation, and his hearing was beginning to go out and then come back so abruptly, his ears popped; making him cry out in slight pain. But the pain of ears popping couldn't match the temperatures of his body, or the fact he could feel prickles all over his body as if something was just dying to get out. "Eve.." Lelend finally choked out, unable to hold his body up; not even on all fours. He fell face first into the grass, and continued to cry like a little child that lost his parents.
In fact, that's how Lelend felt. As if he'd not only lost his parents, but his life. He no longer had a family, and he was truly alone in this world. He would grow old, and die in the mental ward, or even die sooner than he thought possible. He might just even end himself, or run away just to get thrown into another mental state. "Eve... No... I haven't" He finally said, speaking such a simple sentance but with such pain it was like he'd spoken so much more. His breathing became more jagged and hard than previous, and sweat dripped off his forehead. "I... God.." He groaned, gnawing on his lower lip to stifle a scream. The last thing the couple needed was for someone to disturb the couple, to see Eve so close and trying to soothe him. It was already enough that he was teased by two insane bitches, and that he now had more troubles with Acheron - possibly. The nurses would surely not allow him out of his room after this scene; that is, if they ever encountered it.
Rolling onto his side, he puked once more, stomach and chest heaving and heaving. And that's when he felt it.. Little.. Little hairs that started to inch out from his skin. The cracks in his neck, and how his nose began to bleed. Blood flowing freely down his chin, past his lips. The smell so fresh he wanted to vomit once more; but he had no more to upchuck. "N... I.." Lelend choked, mere letters leaving his bloodied lips now. The taste was practically choking him, and more cracks erupted from his body. Tensing his muscles up even more. Off in the distance, stood some tree's and bushes very close together. It would easily shield him.. Forcing himself onto all fours against, he quickly stumbled in a crawl into the bushes and rolling over. Screaming, sobbing, growling, wracking out desperate coughs of help and despair. It was horrible, and he prayed Evelyn wouldn't come near.
Hair ripped through his flesh, he felt his eyes close tight.. His nails grow longer, and then the world around him went back.
He was resting in the bushes, behind the tree's. His new, long snout on his paws, his large body stretched out. Lelend has fully transformed into a wolf. The werewolf he was; not half and half like most believed, but huge and fully wolf. Larger than any could ever be.
Evelyn watched for a moment as Lelend ran in the direction of the shed without a word prior to his growl. If he was going to reject her help, then he could have been a little more polite about it. Then again, a growl was best way to tell someone to leave you the fuck alone. Not that Evelyn listen much to Lelend these days. After a few minutes of sitting in the shade and watching the house to make sure that no one was going to come tearing out of it to track Lelend down and drag him back inside, she slowly got up. Crossing the short distance to the shed seemed to take her forever. What would she find there? Someone that wanted to kill her along with the dead man whose message has been haunting her for weeks. Swallowing her fear, she pushed to thoughts out of her head and walked around the corner after checking once more to see if there was anyone watching from the window.
Evelyn would probably have to explain or be labelled something else for disappearing off behind the shed with this male once more. But she was beginning not to care about that. IF they wanted to to be those things, then she would be, just in their own minds, she knew what she was and there was no changing that. "Lelend?" She asked softly like she were talking to a frightened animal rather then a man. All in all it was safe to say that they were almost the same thing, but she didn't let that slip out just now. Ambling over towards him, she sat back on her heels, her hand reaching out and carefully rubbing his back in a large circle, something that her mother had done for her when ever she was sick; this wasn't the same thing, but she was alright with that. Lelend wouldn't hurt her, and if he did...She knew where he slept and could easily pay him back for it later.
"Have you fully transformed yet?" Evelyn looked over her shoulder and then around the small space that they were in. Maggot's hadn't shown his face yet, so it was still alright for her to be here. "Do-Maybe it would be less painful after you fully transform..." She was just filling in the silence with things that she didn't know would be true. But in her mind it would be better then going through this in complete silence and alone. Lelend hadn't pushed away from her last time she had tried to help him - even then she was still at a lose of what to do. Now she could only give him human comfort and hope that everything would turn out for the best.
"This has to be a genetic thing, you know?" Evelyn started, her hand pausing in its actions for a split second before continuing on with the circle motion. "I didn't know my mom - dead when I was still a kid, so many I got this gene from her like you got from..." She trailed off, now she was in the subject of family life; another thing she didn't know about Lelend. Mentally she made a mental note to go have a heart to heart chat with him and Archeron later about the family and past. Sighing, Evelyn closed her eyes, opening them only when she thought she heard something, but it only turned out to be a branch falling some place in the forest near them. "Why would they have a fence like all the way out here...It would give me the wrong message - as a parent, you know? Like they would be treating my kid like a prisoner..." And she was back in the subject of rambles.
His teeth ground shakily against one another, chattering and grinding. His body was set aflame one moment, and then cooling down as if he was thrown into a freezer the next. His muscles began to spazz once more, and he could help but lurch forwards onto all fours, clawing angrily at the grass. He was angry at so many people.. Mad for so many reasons, and for so many things that occurred. Maria, for changing and being this hidden person he never knew about. Being betrayed by the person he was left to lean on in the mental ward.
Evelyn, only slightly from shunning him for weeks. Leaving him slightly lonely and in the dark, until he gained a new roommate, and then entered a new fight. Lily, for always lurking behind a corner. Standing over his shoulder, and trying to pry open his mind and read his thoughts like a book. She was unintelligible to understand his disinterest and she continued to pursue him with a mighty bee attitude, that he just wanted to flick away. The majority of the time, he wasn't able to because Lily was always sitting there. Believing she was the best damn thing in his life; when she was completely wrong, and he mother had merely grown a horrid child. Lelend all but wanted to throw her from the ward himself, or possibly let reality smack her in the face real hard. It's what she needed. A glass of cold water dumped on her head.
Acheron for suddenly zooming in, and knocking him out the previous day; but it was something he understood and his anger for Acheron didn't fuel his sudden transformation. A growl ripped through his chapped lips and he ripped up a pile of grass and hurried off behind the shed just as Evelyn spoke the mere word. He wouldn't go back into that house. He didn't want to. Never wanted to be locked away, rocking back and forth with his knee's on his chest. Didn't want to drown himself in glasses of water and medication that would never save him. Didn't want to always get angry, or be violent.. But when it seemed like the only way to relieve all the emotions bubbling inside, he couldn't help himself. Each time he looked in the mirror he saw monster written on his face. A monster for hitting his mother, a monster for fighting his father. A monster for toppling bullies into dead piles of bodies. A monster, for leaving his once good life behind and entering a world of living hell.
He'd created it for himself, and all he wanted was to just go back. He was calmer now, nicer and just more quiet. Possibly sarcastic and still trying to get friends but that's what every being does. No one can forever be alone, and it was literally driving Lelend into a pure insanity, that would end him up in a true mental state.
Falling onto all fours once more, he felt tears pour from his eyes. Burning under his lips, until he released a sobbing growl, one that wracked his shoulders and caused a wave of nausea to pull him under in his heating pain. He threw up near a tree, and leaned against his. Muscles rippling, brow sweating. Collapsing onto the floor, he rasped inaudible words, that he wasn't too sure he'd even spoken. At that very moment, Lelend was pretty sure he'd end himself. Whether he wanted to or not.
Her eyes didn't change from their locked position on the grass, even when there was a change in Lelend's voice. She didn't know what to say to him, even though she had heard the tone of voice before - the one night where he had almost transformed. Her lips pursed out at his speech with about Acheron, something in the pit of her stomach made her think that there was something between the two, not relationship wise. However, her suspicusions were turned true as he continued. Her place in his transformation was replaced, something that she should have been alright with if not great, but the knot in her stomach told her that she was actually hurt that he choose someone else over her. Not that they were the best of friends anymore, if anything the male sounded as if he would rather be back in the kitchen with the two crazed females then talking with her.
"I'm feeling...sick." Evelyn picked her words carefully, turning her head to the side she seemed to glare at her shoes. "I-I couldn't sleep well last night. too worried about what would happen if Maria would come back in," she giggled, covering her mouth with the back of her hand "should have just stayed in your room and slept on the floor." She sighed and looked over towards him, narrowing her eyes at the male ever so slightly as she watched him seem to squirm in his own skin. "Do you need anything?" Evelyn paused for a moment. "Do you need me to go get Archeron?" The question made her winkle her nose, not that she didn't like him, in fact he was one of her most favorite people in the house, strike that, her favorite person in the house.
Evelyn licked over her bottom lip and crossed her legs under her and moved a few inches closer to her. Reaching out, Evelyn laid her hand out on Lelend's wrist, taking it back just as quickly as she had placed it on him. "Are you-" She paused and looked back towards the house, unsure of what he wanted her to do. "I understand if you don't want me around for this." Unlike the last time, her voice didn't shake and tremble. In fact it sounded as if she had seen the transformation a million times before. "I-I-I..." For once Evelyn was at a lost for words. Not knowing what to do for someone was a weakness of hers, she wanted to help, but her lack of knowledge of this type of help didn't help at all.
"Do you want to go back to your room or..." The room would be too far away, he would get the nurses all over him before he could get to the safety of his room. Clicking her tongue against the roof of her mouth she looked towards the shed. There he would be out of sight, at least from the others and he could maybe finish his transformation if he hadn't already. "The shed..?" She asked quietly, glacing over her should towards the house. No one had come out yet to drag them back into the house and take their meds. In fact, Evelyn was almost scared to go back behind the shed where the maggot filled man was still there. She knew that he was still there, but if Lelend needed to get out of sight, then she would go with him. Only for him.
Lelend could feel his eyes practically rolling into the back of his head with his pleasure. The warmth was incredible, and filled his body with such a glow he was surprised he wasn't lit on fire. He could tell his skin was flushed, but that was something he didn't care much about. And then, he heard a soft shuffle off in the distance. And then a thump nearby, and the soft, tiny riiips of grass blades. Such little sounds that Lelend could now easily pick up, without another hinder of bodily motion.
Then, quickly. His lids fluttered, and snapped open. Screaming in pain at the blazing sun he started up into before averting his blinded gaze to Evelyn whom watched him nervously. Keeping her distance, and fidgeting with grass. Swallowing hard, he bowed his head. As if ashamed of actions that occurred prior to the sunny day, they were now sitting in. And then, the apology left her lips.. Taking him aback, that he actually rolled over, onto his chest, orbs slightly bulging from their sockets as he attempted to peer at Evelyn without squinting.
Her rambling became boring after a short amount of time, but in truth he didn't mind it. It filled his shocked silence, and when he finally found his raspy voice he was able to speak. "I-It's fine. I'm not feeling too well anyways.. It was a foolish choice to put that out there, when I can barely walk without leaning down to the ground.." Lelend commented softly, sighing and clearing his throat a little too hard. "And.. And, I'm sorry too. I mean I guess I offended you in a way before, and.. My ego is a little too big for me to handle, what with my thoughts constantly roaming and all this sudden bull shit going on in the mentally ill. I understand we have problems.. But these problems can't be saved by downing medicine tablets.." Lelend cooed softly, slapping his forehead onto his crossed arms.
His stomach heaved slightly, and he froze. Wait.. no.. no He thought, panic shooting and filling his chest. Rising in his throat like a pile of bile, that he so dearly wanted to spit out and get rid off. He shuddered, and turned away from Evelyn slightly. His eyes becoming sore, but not because of the sunlight. It can't happen again! He cried to himself, placing a hand on the back of his head. Flicking his tongue across his lips, he decided to speak through his fear. The fear that swarmed his eyes, like busy bee's. "Y-Yeah. Acheron's a cool guy. He.. I guess surely saved both of us the.. yesterday" Lelend's voice was getting softer and softer. He couldn't help it. Whenever he was scared, - like the way he was now - he deflates like a balloon. "He.. He's saved me twice already... Heh.. I .. feel kind of bad ditching him the kitchen there like that. Now he can't run away from those two insane people.." Lelend said, slowly gazing back at the open kitchen window. Lelend could practically feel the sweat beading on the back of his neck.
"But things are better, correct? ...You feel better from yesterday?"
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