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What We Shared

By Dragon3042

Action / Drama

Rival?

Sonic’s P.O.V

I woke up feeling nothing but crap, ‘what happened last night?’I thought to myself as I headed towards the bathroom but before I got there my phone vibrated telling me I had received a message. I rubbed the sleep from my eyes and read it, ‘meet me by the Station Square river in 30 minutes’, I didn’t recognise the number and it was unusual I got this as soon as I got up but I guess I would take my chances. After a long relieving shower I felt as good as new, well, as close as you could get at least. I slipped on my white gloves and socks and put on my glossy red sneakers and after a quick look in the mirror I was ready for the day! Surprisingly it must have taken 25 minutes for me to get myself ready which meant I only had 5 minutes left to get to the river, ‘no problem’. I dashed out the door and headed for my destination, once I got there I hid behind a bush to make sure that the message wasn’t just a trap. When I slowing stepped out I heard someone laugh “You shouldn’t have to hide from me Blue” the voice said, I growled, only one person called me by that name. “Scourge” I hissed at the my green copy, he had jumped out of a tree behind me, he must’ve been watching me the whole time like the creep he was. I scowled at him when he gave me his pointy toothed grin “What’s up with you this morning Blue?” he sounded genuinely confused. I quickly took my fighting stance expecting a sneak attack of some sort “What do you want Scourge? I’ve got other things to deal with than my idiotic rivals” I growled at him he had a look of hurt in his eyes as I said that, but why? “How can you call us that?!” he yelled ‘WHAT?!’my brain yelled trying to grasp the situation “Scourge what are you talking about? What US?!” I yelled back, still extremely confused. “You don’t remember… do you?” he hung his head low with a sad but angry frown upon his face it was more of a statement than a question “Remember what?” I asked starting to calm myself down. Scourge’s head jolted up suddenly and I could see he had rage mixed with sadness in his eyes as well as tears starting to well up “How could you forget what we shared?!” he screamed as the tears started to trickle down his once strong and beautiful face ‘Wait, did I just think Scourge was beautiful?!’I shook my head to get rid of the thought and decided to focus on the matter at hand. I watched him drop to his knees then lean against the tree he came out of sadly, I bent down and placed my hand on his shoulder he looked up at me, I could tell his tears were already starting to fade away “Scourge you wouldn’t mind telling me what happened would you?” he looked back down and mumbled “you might wanna sit down Blue” so that’s what I did. I asked if Scourge could get on with the story, for a minute we locked eyes and a had a feeling I knew what was coming “Well blue I really hope ya got nothing else on today because this is gonna be a long story…”


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