Better Then Revenge- An Eclare Story- #7





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Published on Jul 24, 2012

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#7. I'm so glad that people are liking these!!! Clare's POV

Back at home. This time, I wore a cast on my arm. This really wasn't my week. I looked out the window at the pouring rain. It was Friday. I barely came to school this week. My mind was racing. I hadn't seen Eli since he broke up with me, what, three days ago? I felt 100 years old. In 1 WEEK, I had had my house ransacked, been held hostage in a van, dumped but the only guy I loved, and hit by a fricken car. What next? I felt like giving up on everything and never leaving the house again. At least I had the weekend so I wouldn't have to face Degrassi. My mom had planned a movie with some of her mom-friends, and urged me to come along so I wouldn't stay in the house all night moping. We went to see The Dark Knight Rises. I had never seen a Batman movie before, but I managed to keep up with the movie. But it wasn't the movie that I was focused on. It was the teenage couple in front of us. It was a girl with glasses and really straight blonde hair, and a guy with darker hair but glasses. She was leaning on his shoulder and his arm was around her. It was sweet. I felt pathetic and went back to watching the movie. The next morning, I woke up to the sound of the doorbell ringing. I read my clock. 11:33 am. My mom was already at work, so I had to get it. I slipped on a bath robe over my boy-shorts and tank top I slept in. I opened the door and saw Eli's dad. "Um, Mr. Goldsworthy?" I said. "Clare, there's something we need to talk about. May I come in?" Eli's father asked. "Oh, uh, sure." I said uncomfortably. We went and sat on the couch. "This morning, I woke up and my car was the only one in my driveway. I then went to Eli's room and found most of his stuff gone as well. Most of the food in my fridge has vanished, too. Eli's gone." Mr. Goldsworthy spoke firmly. My eyes widened. "Have you called the police? Where do you think he went?" I asked. "Yes, I called the police and no, I don't. I don't see why he would even do something like this." He answered. I thought for a second about telling him about the reason he probably left, but I decided to keep it shut for now. I told my mom, and she promised to keep it just between us. I would always love my mother for that. I hated talking about it, anyway. "Me neither. Thank you so much for telling me this, Mr. Goldsworthy." I said, holding back tears. After Eli's dad left, I let it out. Luckily, I was home alone. I screamed and cried and pulled my hair and let my nails sink into my palm. This was the first stage of my romance meltdown. After about an hour of freaking out in anger and crying, I finished it up by leaning against the wall and sliding down so I was sitting on the floor. He left me. I thought he was always going to be there for me, just like I was always there for him. I know he said I deserved someone better, and that it was all his fault, yada yada yada. I wanted to find him RIGHT NOW and tell him what he meant to me. I wanted to tell him I didn't care, about how I only wanted him. I wanted to tell him everything I didn't tell him before because I was too caught up. If only I hadn't got out of his hearse the last time I saw him. I should've done something to prove it, because now he left. Now he's gone.

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