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You already are one. || Leo Baskerville ||

By LittleQueenLily8

Fantasy / Romance

You already are one.

Just the sight of couples walking happily throughout the courtyard made you want to hurl, it was just the start of winter break and here are all the couples out. Already. It wouldn't really be that bad if it weren't for the fact that half of them were practically eating the other's face out in public.. Bleh! It was just so gross, well to be honest the only reason why you couldn't stand the sight of them was because you yourself was not only single but the boy you had a huge crush on well he never left his best friends side so even if you were to summon enough strength to actually say it his best friend was always right beside him making it quite hard to even think about doing.. 

"Why is this so damn hard." You puffed your cheeks out before letting out a small huff, your breath came out as vapor (or something like that) you looked up at the cloudy grey sky above you and sighed. Honesty it wasn't like you really planned on telling him or anything it was just all these couples around were making you quite bitter, the worst part on this whole thing was you were actually pretty good friends with the boy. You put your hands into your pockets in hopes in warming them up a bit before walking off and around the campus out of boredom, beside the famous eleven foot tall oak tree in the back of the school was a heavy amount of snow all around it. You quietly walked towards it and then plopped right down in it, a small giggle arose from your lips as you laid there in the white cold fluff, as you laid there staring up at the sky once more little bits of snow began to fall once more all around you. It was really pretty, this was actually your first time being able to see the snow up close like this. Before you knew it you were in deep thought, why was it so hard to tell the person you like your feelings? Maybe he has a girlfriend? Maybe.. Maybe he's.. Gay!? Okay, no (your name) stop that. 

Ugh this was so annoying, if only you could see yourself. Here you were laying down in cold ass snow in the winter time in a skirt while frowning with your arms crossed. "Stupid love.." You mumbled out irritatedly completely unaware of the person standing above you. "And why is it so stupid?" A voice spoke up causing you to jump up and bump heads with said person. "O..Oww." You winced as you rubbed your now throbbing forehead in pain, you looked up only to be entranced by two purple/grey (Black? I don't even know anymore) orbs causing you to shriek and fall backwards. "Are you alright, miss (your name)?" You heard him let out a small chuckle causing your whole face flushed bright red as you quickly sat up right and nodding your head rapidly. "O-Of course, I um.. Just wasn't expecting you is all--" Before you could even question what Leo was doing he sat down infront of you and smiled. "So, why is love stupid?" Your E/C eyes widen as you just sat there for a moment thinking of how to answer him. "U-Um well.. It's just stupid because, it just sucks knowing the person you love probably doesn't feel the same way towards you. There are all these couples around being all lovey dovey and it's driving me crazy just looking at them is all." You kept your head down the whole way through speaking, cheeks redder than a cherry as you spoke. 

"So even the famous (your name) likes someone?" You frowned at that statement before smiling slightly, there really was no point in telling him.. "Well of course, that's just normal I guess. I mean I'm sure even you like someone." His cheeks turned a slight red at that. "Well yeah, I guess so." Oh. Well shit-- There goes any hopes of telling him today, you forced a small smile before sighing. "Todays really just not my lucky day now is it.." There wasn't really any question in that more or less just a small statement, you stared back up towards the lonely sky and smiled slightly. "Maybe.. Maybe an angel would come one day and bless me with something that might actually make me worthy of love--" Yeah you were being a little bit too hard on yourself but hey, at least now you didn't have to embarrass yourself by telling him how you felt today.. "That's not true, you don't need any angel's for that wish. Why ask an angel for help when you already are one?"

.....Maybe you'd tell him after all.

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