My once in a lifetime love begun and ended on the same day, instantly. Shaded by the lies of an obsessed sister. The scars and insecurities of his painful past. He just gave up. We both did, but I was determined to at least make it like it was before we got screwed up. It didn't matter how much I wanted to imagine or think about how Cameron felt, there was no way to takes his place and compared miseries.
Spending the whole night remembering all the little things that made me change my mind about him. Recalling the moments where he has had the opportunity to take advantage of me, but he never did. Since the very first time we met, he showed me the real him, the hurt human he was. Listening to Angel by Sarah McLachlan, I hugged Mimi and cried for the nights and days, for all the time he felt alone. He was left alone. Just imagining his intense honey eyes, turning sad, sitting in his room, wondering about his mother, his love. Growing up scared of his father to come home and attack him for no reason. Tears rolled down my eyes at the thought.
Jumping out of bed, unable to sleep. It was 11:30 pm. The moon was brightly illuminating the night. The urge to talk to Cameron, to see him and to make him see that he wasn't alone, that he had his friends and me. I couldn't wait anymore. I wanted to give him hope, giving something to fight for and let him give me something to fight for. Mimi barked desperately noticing my discomfort, dialing his number in a whim. My heart dropped as he never answered. Not giving up, I tried, again and again, there was no answer. Knowing that I wasn't going to be able to sleep all night, I dialed the one person that could ease my worries. Even when they beat each other to their heart content, Yael was always going to forgive and be there for Cameron, there was never a doubt about that.
"Are you alright?" Yael answered on the second ring.
"Yes, thanks. I'm sorry to call you this late, but are you with Cameron?" I asked, knowing that was just a fantasy to think that they would be sleeping at this time. Yael seemed to think what to...