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For Blue Skies

By Lexys Knight

The Angel Opens Her Eyes

The Angel Opens Her Eyes

Author: Twi-RangerWords: 1,051Disclaimer: I don't own One Tree Hill.Author's Note: Okay, so I wanted to try to write a One Tree Hill story. I hope you guys like it. Chase makes an appearance later.

Uploaded: February 11, 2014

Haley Davis sat down on the plastic chair in the hospital. She was swinging her legs back and forth. Her father was sitting next to her.

"Baby here?" she asked, as she looked up at her father. He looked down and smiled.

"Not yet," Robert 'Ted' Davis said. He grabbed her hand. "Are you excited?"

Haley nodded. She had a big smile on her face. She was excited to have a baby sister.

"Ready to be a big sister?" He asked the two year old.

"Me be besd," she told him, as she stood up. "We see baby."

"She's not here yet," he told her, a small smile on his face. He loved his little girl. She was a smart girl. He hoped the new baby would be like her big sister.

"Why?" She whined, restless. She wanted her baby sister to arrive already. She didn't want to wait.

"It takes some time," he answered.

Haley frowned and sat back down. She really wanted to see her baby sister.

One Tree Hill

"Haley, meet your sister, Brooke Penelope Davis," Victoria Davis told her eldest daughter as she held her youngest one.

Haley's eyes grew as she stared at the baby in her mother's arms. "She ouws?"

"Yes, we get to take her home soon," Ted told his daughter. He looked at the small sleeping baby and smiled. She was adorable, just like Haley was when she was born.

"No now?" Haley asked, as she took her attention from the baby and gave it to her father.

"Not now. Soon, I promise," he whispered, as he picked up the two year old.

Haley squealed, waking Brooke up. She started to cry, while her mother tried to lull her back to sleep.

One Tree Hill

"Brooke!" Victoria shouted, as the five year old ran to her.

Brooke looked a little scared. She was always scared, except when she was with Haley. She loved her big sister, but her parents hated when she would keep her sister from doing her homework.

"What is this I hear about you not doing your work in school?" the older woman asked, glaring at the small girl.

"I don't get it mama," Brooke answered, looking at her with big, sad eyes.

"Work harder," her mother ordered, as she slammed a paper to the table.

"Yes mama," the five year old responded as she ran away form her mother. She rushed to her room and onto her bed.

Haley watched as her mother scolded her baby sister. She knew Brooke was having a hard time in school. She knew, but her mother wasn't listening. She knew something was wrong with Brooke. But her parents wanted perfect children.

One Tree Hill

"Why can't you be smart like your sister?" Victoria asked her daughter.

Brooke's teacher had noticed Brooke had a problem with learning, so she tested the seven year old. Her teacher figured out the girl had dyslexia. She decided to call the girl's parents. Once the meeting was done, Brooke was transferred to another class.

"I'm sorry," Brooke whispered, as she stared at her hands.

"I don't know what I did to deserve an idiot for a child," Victoria muttered, but Brooke heard her. The seven year old had tears stinging in her eyes. All she wanted was for her mother to love her. She couldn't get that.

"I'm sorry mommy," she whispered, as her small body shook, ready to cry.

One Tree Hill

The Davis family moved to Tree Hill, North Carolina when Haley was ten and Brooke was nine. Victoria and Ted had gotten a divorce a few weeks after finding out about Brooke's disorder. Victoria moved them and then left. She hired a housekeeper named Esmeralda to take care of the two girls.

"Why does mom hate me?" Brooke asked Haley one day, as they worked on homework, or Haley worked as Brooke waited for her sister to finish so she could get help.

"She doesn't hate you. She's just mad at dad," Haley answered, as she closed her book and turned to her sister's work.

"She doesn't like me," the younger Davis said, as she wiped her tears.

"We don't need them, you have me," Haley whispered as she took her sister into her arms and hugged her.

One Tree Hill

"Okay class, this is Haley Davis. She just moved here," the teacher, which Haley didn't catch, said. She looked around and found the empty seat she wanted. "I want you to sit next to Nathan Scott, Nathan can you raise your hand?"

The boy raised his hand, but he didn't look happy. The table had three kids seating around it: a blonde girl, a blonde boy, and Nathan Scott.

"Hi, I'm Haley Davis," Haley quietly told them once she sat down.

"I'm Peyton Sawyer," the blond girl said with a smile on her face.

"Lucas Scott, and this is my idiot brother, Nathan Scott," the blond boy said, as he smiled at her.

"Where did you move from?" Peyton asked, trying to start a conversation.

"New York," the brunette girl responded, giving the blond a smile.

"That's cool. Why did you come here?" Peyton questioned, liking the girl.

Haley shrugged. She really didn't know why her parents, her mother moved them.

One Tree Hill

It was freshmen year. Haley and her friends were fourteen. Brooke was still in middle school, just twelve. Haley's friends knew she had a little sister, but they hadn't gotten a chance to meet her. In elementary the fifth graders and third graders didn't mingle. In middle school, Brooke, who was in sixth grade didn't want to ruin Haley's final year.

The four friends were sitting down in Karen's café talking about random things. Brooke had entered the café and looked around. She saw Haley and shook her head at Haley's confused look. She just pointed to her backpack and a table. She went to sit down and started on her homework.

"Hey sweetie, do you want anything?" Karen Roe asked, when she saw the small girl sitting alone.

Brooke shook her head and whispered a small "No thank you."

"Just call when you need something," Karen told the girl, who nodded in response.

Haley watched her sister, and noticed she was getting frustrated with her homework. She stood up and smiled at her friends.

"I'll be back," Haley told them. She walked to her baby sister and sat down next to her. "Need help Tigger?"

"What are you going here?" Brooke asked in shock.

"Trying to see if my sister needs help on her homework," Haley responded with a big smile on her face. Brooke smiled back and nodded. She showed Haley what she needed help on and started to help.

Nathan, Lucas, and Peyton decided to sit with the sisters, not knowing who the other girl was. Karen had moved to her son and his friends what they had ordered.

"Who's this Hales?" Peyton asked, giving the younger girl a smile.

"Guys, this is my little sister, Brooke. Tigger, these are my friends, Nathan, Lucas, and Peyton. And this woman is Lucas's mom, she's amazing," Haley introduced them. All of them smiled and the group added Brooke and she would go to places with them.

One Tree Hill

"Are you drunk?" Haley asked her sister. They had been in tree hill for seven years, and each year, Brooke slowly started to change. Haley had taken her to a party at Nathan's house.

"No," Brooke slurred, as she tried to hide the red cup behind her back.

"Brooke, you promised you wouldn't drink," Haley scolded, as she moved to hold her sister up.

Brooke giggled. "Haley, it's okay. I'm not drunk. I just drank a little. I'll go."

Brooke pushed Haley and walked away, probably looking for another cup to drink from.

"Is she drinking?" Nathan asked, frowning. Brooke had become a little sister to Nathan and Lucas. As a freshman, Brooke had a reputation, which Nathan and Lucas couldn't stop. They couldn't stop it, because they knew it was true. Before Brooke started Tree Hill High, Nathan and Lucas would threaten any guy who tried anything with Brooke, but then, the summer before her freshman year, she changed. She was not the innocent girl they once knew.

Haley nodded. "I'm worried about her."

"Me too Hales, me too," Nathan whispered as he watched the girl destroy herself.

Haley watched as Brooke drank from another cup. She had lost count. She watched as a random guy started to feel her up, and she watched at the guy shoved his tongue down her throat. She watched, wishing she could do something, wishing that her mother hadn't screwed her sister up. She knew what Brooke was doing. She was getting attention from someone else, attention that she didn't get from her parents. Haley knew, because sometimes she felt the same, but she had Nathan and Brooke. Brooke just had Haley.

Haley watched, wanting to, but unable to protect her baby sister.

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