Hi, everyone! I'M BACK! Anyways, I'd actually intended to post this sequel-ish story to "A Hectic Summer" not very long after finishing the story. It's fine if you didn't read it, though, cuz you don't have to read it to understand this story. Basically, all you need to know is that May and Drew were together at the end of the story. Anyways, I'd redone this like a hundred times, because everytime I tried to write this, I ended up disliking it. But I hope this is good, or at least decent!
Disclaimer: Seriously, why would I own Pokemon? If I did, then I wouldn't be here, now would I? I'd be working on the actual show, and Ash would totally realize how Misty loves him and that he loves her back, and May and Drew would get together somehow!
"May, I can't believe you're just letting it all end like this without even putting up a fight!" He exclaimed furiously, his emerald eyes burning with a rage rare for him.
I stared back at him helplessly, my mouth slightly ajar, as if trying to form a word without success. "You know I can't do that!" I cried desperately. With my voice cracking and all, even I could hear the pleading in it. The tears stung my eyes, threatening to fall. But I wouldn't let them.
Under the dim light of the streetlamp, I saw him do his signature hair flick in irritation, rougher than usual. "You can't, or you won't?"
I was taken aback and hurt by the sharpness of the reply – to hear him talking to me like that – he sounded almost as if he hated me.
I tried to shake these thoughts away and stay positive. 'Just try to stay optimistic and keep a cool head, May,"
Taking a deep breath, I tried to calm my nerves. My mind was in turmoil right now, spinning and unable to concentrate very well. "Drew…" I began a bit unevenly. "I…you know that I…" My words were getting jumbled up, and everything seemed to feel even more hopeless. I sobbed a bit; no matter how much I didn't want to, it came out. Drew seemed to be surprised to see it. "You know that..." Another sob. "I really didn't want it to end like this…" I hurriedly wiped my tears away and tried to compose myself.
Drew quickly turned away, his head down. "Yeah, I know." He said a little stiffly. "But either way…it doesn't change a thing. You won't defy your father. It just means we're over."
He said everything with so little emotion, I felt as if he didn't even care. This thought just brought a fresh wave of tears to my eyes, but I stubbornly blinked them away.
"Bye, May." He said faintly, barely above a whisper.
I watched on helplessly as he walked away from me. Everything seemed to slow down as I watched his retreating back. All I wanted to do at that moment was run up to him and hug him – never let him go, but I couldn't. I just couldn't.
Seeing him walking into the shadows, it felt like he was going to be gone forever – no matter how untrue that is.
A single teardrop managed to fight its way out, slowly trailing down my cheek. I continued staring at the retreating back of who was now officially my ex, watching him disappear into the dark, endless depths of the night.
How'd you like this? Very dramatic, don't you think? Hence the rating Romance/Drama! It's really short, considering it's only the prologue, and all of my prologues tend to be seriously short, but it'll get a lot longer! Please review, even if there's only a little to review! (I can't make any promises, considering I'm not sure when I'll update next, but reviewing might make the next update come sooner!)