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Diary of a Lost Soul

By princessKTZ

Other / Drama

Chapter 1

Tyne's P.O.V.

The next morning at 4am, I was up and packed somethings into my Challenger. I then was ready to go at 4:30. Fletch had woken up and came out of the bedroom. "I'm goin' now Fletch." I said hugging him. "oh...okay." he said hugging me back. "you can stay here if ya want since ya don't want to go back to Fiona." I said and he smiled. "be safe kay?" he said kissing my cheek. "yeah. I'll see you when I get back." I said and headed out. He watched me as I sped off down the highway towards Tootington.

Fletch's P.O.V.

Tyne had left and I watched her car disappear down the road. I sighed going back inside. I hated letting her go somewhere like Tootington by herself. All those guys who are just dying to get hold of a girl and when you have someone like Tyne, it's going to be trouble. I sat down on the couch thinking and wondering what her friend could possibly want with her. I turned on the TV and there was nothing much on so I went off to Zack's place for a while. I pulled up and got out of my car and headed over and knocked on the door. "come in." Zack called out. I went in and he glanced over at me. "hey Fletch. What's up?" he asked. "Tyne's gone to Tootington to see a friend." I said and he nodded. "miss her?" he asked and I sighed. "more worried that something's gonna happen to her." I said and he smiled. "I'm sure she'll be fine." He said and I sat on his couch. "well what if she's not?" I asked and Zack sighed coming over and sitting down next to me. "tell me this Fletch. Does she break down easily?" he asked. I shook my head. "does she let people push her around?" he added. I shook my head again. "does she back down from anything?" he asked. "no." I murmured. "would she let someone hurt her without punching them and telling them where to go?" he added and I smiled. "that I could see her doin'." I said and we laughed. "okay okay. So she'll be fine." I said and Zack nodded. I sighed and hoped he'd be right. I still had a feeling that she wasn't going to be okay but Zack had hoped she would be. We were talking for a while before I decided to head back to Tyne's house. I sat down on the couch and put on a movie I had with me. I liked watching it when she wasn't around as she'd freak out. She was so easy to scare sometimes. I watched it and then decided to have a rest before watching another movie.

I slept well except for the nightmare I had. I never got stressed over nightmares but this one was different. I was sleeping well until it began. I'd never had anything like this worry me. This is what happened.

It was Wednesday afternoon and Tyne was arriving back from Tootington today. Zack, Brewster, and I were working on a park to get it ready for the big opening the next day. I was going to be a great little park when it was finished. "hey Brewster! Bring over the plants!" I called out and Brewster smiled. "you sure you can do this without making a mess?" he teased and I glared at him. "yeah. I'm not a fucking 4 year old." I said and Brewster laughed. "okay okay. You win." he said handing me the plants. I put the plants in the ground and moved the dirt back over them. We then saw a Challenger pull up and Tyne got out. "Tyne!" Zack called and she waved. She walked over smiling. "what's goin' on here?" she asked. "we're doin' up the park for the opening tomorrow." I said and she nodded. "you will never guess what happened while I was away." she said happily. "what?" Brewster asked. "I'm getting' married." she said and we all gasped. I dropped the shovel and looked at her. "you're gettin' married?!" I asked staring at her. "yes." she said and I stormed off to my car. "Fletch?" Zack called out but I ignored him getting in my car and slamming the door. "I'll show you what happens when you mess with me." I murmured and sped off. The others looked at each other confused.

I pulled up at Tyne house and broke into the house. I looked around and headed off to her room. She had a photo of a guy lying on the bed and a number on the back. I picked it up and smirked. "we'll see what you think when she's no longer here for you." I said and then I heard Tyne pull up. I went and sat on her couch and waited for her to come in. Tyne walked in and shut the door and then turned around and looked at me. "how did you get in here?" she asked. "doesn't matter. All that matters is what I'm gonna do." I said getting up and she looked worried. I slammed her into the door and glared at her. "what makes you think I'm gonna let you marry him?" I growled and she looked at me. "I don't need you're permission." she said and I laughed. "well, it's not happening." I said pulling her away from the door and towards her basement. I pushed her down and then chained her up to the wall. "what's wrong with you?!" she asked tearing up. "you're messing with the wrong person Tyne!" I said and walked out slamming the door.

It was a few days later and I had abandoned Tyne for the entire time. I had no feelings for her at all. I went back to her house and went down to the basement. She look terrible but I seemed happy about it. "Fletch...please let me out of here." she begged. "you can beg all you want, it's not happening. "please...I'll do anything." she said and I looked at her. "fine. Don't marry him and you will do whatever I want you to do with me." I said and she shook her head. "never. I love him. He's the only one who I ever loved." she said. "and if I made that promise, you'd just use me for you're pleasure." she added. I glared at her and pulled out a gun. "you're death baby." I said and pulled the trigger.

"NO!" I said sitting up and looked around and then ran down to the basement and it was filled with boxes like normal. I went back and sat on the couch. "what did I do?!" I murmured rubbing my eyes. I sighed and stared at the roof when my phone rang. I picked it up sighing. "hello?" I said. "Fletch? It's Tyne." she said and I gasped.

Tyne's P.O.V.

It took me an hour to get there and then I went to the hotel and unpacked. I then decided that I should ring Fletch. I had a funny feeling that he might want to talk to me. I grabbed my phone and dialed his phone. "hello?" he said sounding kinda off. "Fletch? It's Tyne." I said and he gasped. "Tyne! Oh thank God you're okay." he said and I sat down on the bed giggling. "why wouldn't I?" I asked. "I fell asleep and had a nightmare." he said. "oh Fletch. What was it about?" I asked and he sighed. "you got back from Tootington and said that you were gettin' married and I hated that. I then broke into ya house and then when you got back I chained you up in ya basement and left you for three days. You looked terrible but I didn't seem to care. I wouldn't let you go no matter how much you begged me unless you said you wouldn't marry him and do whatever I wanted. You said no cause you loved him and I'd only use ya for my pleasure and then I shot you." he said and I gasped. "oh Fletch. I wish I was there to hold you. You sound like you need it." I said and he whimpered. "you're not going to get married while ya there are ya?" he asked and I giggled. "Tyne! I'm serious! Promise me you won't get married while ya away!" he said. "I don't need to promise." I said. "promise." he growled and I sighed. "I promise I won't marry anyone while I'm away. Nor will I get engaged, date someone, or go to some guys house and do anything to get me pregnant." I said and I heard him sigh. "thanks Tyne." he said and I smiled. "I wouldn't do that to ya Fletch. No-one here takes my fancy." I said and he laughed. "yeah right! The guys in the Tootington Chuggineers are hot. I've seen them." he said and I giggled. "maybe but they're nothing compared to you." I said and there was a silence on the other end of the phone. "Tyne." he said. "Yes?" I asked. "I miss you." he said and I smiled. "I miss you too." I said and he sighed. "are you gonna blow something up while ya there?" he asked having a sip of his coffee and I laughed twisting my hair round my finger. "no! I don't just blow things up for the sake of blowing it up!" I said and he choked on his coffee. "you would if ya felt like it!" he said and I laughed. "okay, if I could yeah. But I can't!" I said and he giggled. "when has that ever stopped ya?!" he asked and I rolled my eyes. "oh just shut up Fletcher." I said. "why? Afraid you'll lose?" he asked chuckling. "what?! No!" I said and he laughed. "fuck off Fletcher." I said. "bitch." he murmured and I scoffed. "Fletcher! If I was there, I'd throw something at ya!" I said and he laughed. "yeah, but ya not! So I'm safe." he said. "oh and if you were here, I'd prefer you to throw yourself at me. At least I'd have something to hug." he said and I giggled. "I miss you Fletch." I said. "I love you." he murmured and I stared at the wall. I then smiled. "I love you too." I said and Fletch sighed. "I've gotta go and see my friend." I added. "okay. Remember, don't get married!" he said and I giggled. "I know. I've promised and I'm not gonna break it." I said and he smiled. "bye Tyne." he said. "bye Fletch." I said and we hung up and I sighed. "I could do with Fletch right now." I said to myself getting up.

I then headed to my friends house. I pulled up and got out and she was waiting for me. "Tyne!" she said running over. "Calari! How are ya?" I asked hugging her. "I'm okay I guess." she said. "what did you want to see me about?" I asked. "let's go inside." she said so we went inside. We sat down and she sighed. "Alaki is out again." she said and I gasped. Alaki was a friend that we knew but he was really violent and had been arrested some time ago after we had gotten him arrested. "he's out to get you and I." she added. "and you want me for?" I asked. "you're a demolition expert! You can help stop him." she said as if it was obvious. "I'd lose my license!" I said and she sighed. "well we can't leave him." she said and I sighed. "for me to get close to him, I'd have to act like I regret gettin' him arrested and act like I like him!" I said. "yeah. That won't be hard." she said. "I'd have to 'date' him!" I said. "so?! What's wrong with that?" she asked. "I promised a friend I wouldn't date anyone. Real or not." I said and she rolled her eyes. "what's more important? Getting Alaki back behind bars or a stupid promise?!" she asked. "my promise! I don't break promises! And I really need to keep this one or he'll be upset and I can't do that to him." I said and she sighed. "well, can you at least try and do it without dating him?!" she asked. "I'll think about it but no promises." I said and she nodded. I got up and headed out to my car. "I'll see you later." Calari called out. "yeah. Bye!" I said and headed off. I was half way home when I was supposed to stop but the brakes wouldn't work. 'what the hell is happening?!' I thought to myself and tried to turn but it wouldn't. People were watching as my car spun out of control and crashed into a building. My car was badly damaged and I went unconscious. At least I'd left who to contact in my pocket for a time like this.

I don't own anyone except Calari!


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