This is a reminder that this is still part of a mini story I'm doing. Enjoy!
I am not scared. I will not be scared. They won't scare me. I am strong, I shouldn't be bothered by something I can barely see. Meeting Perseus was a bad idea. No, it wasn't. I don't know him, but he knows you. People know you.
Of course, he had to bring someone. Perseus seems like a lost boy, he doesn't exactly know what he's doing. He brought someone to make him feel better, I could see it. The other one made me cry, he bought the emotion of torture. At that moment, his words, his presence, it wasn't welcoming and I couldn't help it but cry.
The mysterious boy was so bright, but he was heading to the dark corner. On the other hand, Perseus was always dark, but he backed away to the light window. At that moment, the mysterious boy talked down to me I believed his words. His voice was strong, it was hard not to listen. Perseus was weak and soft, but he tried to keep it together. He didn't seem like he liked the idea, but he didn't anything to stop it.
I closed my eyes and held myself knowing that if I do that enough, they will be gone. To my surprise, they were gone. The last thing I heard was Perseus yelling at the boy. He didn't sound happy at all. Then everything went quiet, and I was once again at peace.
The morning sun, it was beautiful. The light would show through the window and flash my eyes. It's hard not to appreciate the beauty of nature. The wind would be music to my ears as it blew softly, and the birds were like alarm clocks, telling you it's time to wake up and start my day.
Last night was terrible for me, but I'm not going to let that stop me from anything. I took certain things that the boy had said to me personally, but it's just words I have to ignore. I wonder if Perseus would visit me today. Daily, he would come and check on me. I don't know why though because we met not that long ago. Although, I remembered him telling me something about protecting me, I don't know.
I became used to seeing him everyday whether he noticed me catching him or not. You could say I miss him I guess, he became a friend, of course I would miss him. I hope whatever happened last night doesn't change the way he acts around me. His friend probably didn't mean to hurt me, but who knows. It's okay, I'm good. I'm fine. I get this all the time nothing is new.
The wind once again blew against the window. I looked out as the sky has darken, it was about to rain. I sigh loudly, the blues are coming. I got up and opened my lights. Oh, how I wish I could stay in bed the whole day.
"I mean you could if you wanted to," a voice spoke up. My eyes grew wide, and I slowly turned around to search for the familiar voice. I jumped a little when I realized it was the light eyes boy- Perseus. He laughed when he noticed my reaction. I slapped his arm slightly, "Why do you think it's funny to scare me like that?" Suddenly, I laughed along with him. He seems much happier than usual. I like this side of him.
"What brings you here?" I asked, facing him now. I noticed how clear his eyes are. It was as if something new, or big happened and it changed his point of view.
He smiled as his nose crinkle, "You, of course. I've got something to tell you." He excitedly nods his head. I nodded back in approval for him to continue. Before he spoke, his features became tense and serious, "You cannot tell anyone. It's a secret between me and you okay?" I stick my hand out for him to shake as a confirmation. He looked at it and then shook it, "Promise."
He continues to speak, "I think I found something. Something cool, well by cool I mean special. It hasn't happen in a long time and it makes me happy. Although, it can make me upset, it makes me feel good most of the time. I don't know if they'll even stay, I don't know. I'm really hoping they stay because if not I will go back to the old me. And to be honest, that's not a really good me, so yeah."
Perseus stared at me as if he was waiting for a response. It was still taking time for me to process everything he said so I just nodded. His smile dimmed down a little, I shook my head and lightly laughed, "You just spoke a lot. I wasn't used to that." He smiled, so I continued, "I'm glad someone is making you happy. It's nice to see you like this."
His smile grew bigger, "Thanks to you of course."