Oh God. Oh God. Oh God. I kept repeating in my head. Sitting on the hospital chair in the hospital, I sat with my head in my hands. Stupid. Idtiot. Fool. You're girlfriend is in the hospital because of you. You stupid, lazy, selfish jerk. How could I let this happen? My Dad was in here too, but his injury was not as survere; he was just at work and had a stroke. But Blaze had gotten hit by a 500 pound truck. The doctor said that she probably won't survive. I've been praying ever since we got here. The driver said that he was really sorry, but I had still punched him in the nose.
His nose is broken.
I didn't apologize.
He deserved it.
The doctor, a brown wolf in all green with white shoes and white gloves, turned the corner. I immediatly got up. The doctor shook his head, and tears welled up in my eyes. "Can I see her?"
The doctor led me to a room. I saw Blaze. Laying there. Not moving. Half-cleaned wounds on her face and body. They say that her ribs, leg, and arm is broken. I leaned by her bedside and pray. "Dear God, please forgive me for I have sinned so bad. I'm sorry for doing this to Blaze. Oh, please, let her stay here. I want to marry her and live with her until she dies. Amen." Then I started pouring tears. The lavender cat was still laying there, her eyes closed, all broken and patched up.
"Blaze, please..." I shook her hand. She didn't flinch back. Instead she just lay there. I longed to see her deep, promising, beautiful golden eyes once more. "Please..."
I felt really light. And airy. But everything was still just a black light. I couldn't move, or see. My body was badly wounded, but for some reason, I wasn't hurting anymore.
Suddenly my eyes were open. A bright light surrounded me. "Blaze." A deep voice filled my ears. "Blaze." It repeated. The voice sounded like gentle silk. "Who's there?" I wanted to call, but my mouth wasn't working. "It's not your time." The voice announced. "You cannot leave earth yet. It is not time for you to leave earth to come to the heavens."
I wanted to scream. The pain had returned. "A broken rib, arm, and leg? Oh, please. You're a tough girl, Blaze. Just believe. Open your eyes. Wake up." And at once, my eyes opened. Slowly, but surely. I could hear a voice. It was far away, but as my ears and eyes adjusted to my surroundings, the voice became more clear. "Blaze..."
I could see him, crouching by my bedside, tears pouring from his green eyes. "Wake up. Don't die on me. I... I love you, Blaze. Please, come back to me." A light smile formed on my lips, and it hurt a bit. I felt him put his hand in mine and squeezed. I could suddenly move myself. My leg twitched slowly, and I twitched my ears and blinked. "Blaze..."
I wanted him happy. Why couldn't I squeeze back? I frowned. Come on, body. Cooperate!
With a massive effort, I gave a weak squeeze before smiling. Mission accomplished. Sonic looked up, his eyes wide. "B-Blaze?"
My eyes softened, but I couldn't talk. "You're alive!" he gasped.
Then he blushed. "You heard me, didn't you?" I blinked in agreement. "Well, it's true." he said. The cerulean hedgehog squeezed my hand again, and I mangaed to do it again without any pain. "Can you talk yet?" I frowned. "I guess that's a no." I tried to nod, but instead pain throbbed in my head. "Don't do that. I'll get the nurse."
He pressed a button with a small diagram of a nurse on it, and a thin woman entered the room. "Oh, you're awake!" she cheered. "That's good news." The nurse gave me a shot in my leg and arm to regain movement and strength, but not to the broken parts. "Can't move those for a while," she frowned, pointing at my broken limbs. She gave me some water to drink, which I accepted greatly, and then she left.
"Sonic... I'm sorry..." I managed to say. "Why are you sorry?" he asked.
"It's my fault. I should've not gone in the street." I gave a tiny nod.
Then I started to cry again. "Blaze? Are you okay?" He leaned over.
"Ouch!" he rubbed where I had hit him. "What's that for?"
"For getting me hit by a truck." He grinned. "I guess that's what I get."
"Of course it is! Look at me."
We laughed until I could move my back and hips. Leaning over, I gave him a hug.
"I love you, Sonic."
"I love you too, Blaze."