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Chapter 3.5: Johnny's Point of Veiw

by masquerade37 1 review

Here's Johnnys veiw of the last half of last chapter. REALLY SAD. Get ur hankies ready. I don't own.

Category: Outsiders - Rating: PG-13 - Genres: Angst, Drama - Published: 2007-04-16 - Updated: 2007-04-17 - 398 words

Hey, Johnny here. I want to re-write the last bit the way I saw it, my bits better ;).

"No! You know what..." I asked getting up. I was heading for her bike, I wanted her out of here, she doesn't say a thing for three years and here she comes and gets beat up. I know it wasn't intentional, but still.

I grabbed the helmet off the handle and shoved it at her.
"You can just go back what ever kind of 'better' life you had in LA cause I don't need you any more, I was doing just fine on my own!" I was practically yelling. It sort of scared me.

"Johnny..." I shoved the helmet in her gut and walked a few feet away and turned from her, I was so mad.

"Just get outta hear, ok?"

"If... if you r-really want me to..."
I heard her buckle the helmet and get on her bike and turn it on.

"Good bye, J-Johnnycake. I love you so much." She whispered. I heard her though.

I suddenly came to my senses. I didn't want her gone! I wanted her here, to comfort me and tell me everything was going to be ok. To protect me from Dad, to be my sister again, instead of a memory.

"Terri!" I turned; her bike was rolling into the street, picking up speed.

"Terri! Come back!" I yelled. Her bike was going fast now.

I ran after her screaming, "Terri, Terri, come back, I didn't mean it! Come back, I need you! TERRI!"

She rounded the corner and was gone.

I fell to my knees and sobbed. I blew it.

I suddenly felt a hand on my back. It was Pony. He knelt next to me.

"Johnny... what...?"

"I blew it man, she's gone for good, man..." I sobbed and put my head in my hands. I BLEW IT! My only chance for having her back. She wouldn't come back, she always did what I wanted, she loved me. She'd stay away cause I told her too.

Pony helped me up and we headed back to his house.

It was over, no more good times. It was all over.

"I'll never see her again..." I whispered and Pony tried to comfort me. It wouldn't work. It would never work. Terri was gone, and that was all that mattered now, and forever.
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