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I'm Not a Bad PersonAnother day had passed, and it was about time for Dreyden to return to the Main House. He felt worlds better than he had when he'd left, and was actually looking forward to going home.
That's what the Main House was to him, now.
He finally had one.
He had told Shuri he'd wait for her outside, so he said his farewells to everyone (though he hadn't seen Kayzee all day, and no one was really sure where he was), thanking them for letting him stay with them. He kissed Gavin goodbye, and went to leave.
He nearly tripped over Kayzee in the hallway.
"OW! Jeeze, what're you doin' out here, man?" Dreyden struggled not to fall over on top of him. Kayzee just pulled away into a corner, trying to pretend he didn't exist.
"I don't know." He mumbled, hiding his head behind his arms, sitting with his knees pulled up under his chin.
"Hey... You alright? What are- ...You haven't been out here all day, have you?" Dreyden let go of the bag he was using as a suitcase, and knelt down
Time wasted for a good causeKayzee was lying upside down on the couch, his feet resting on the top and his head hanging a few inches above the ground. His arms were wrapped over his face, and he was trying not to hear Dreyden and Gavin, who were laughing and singing off-key on purpose in the kitchen, helping Dan attempt to make some sort of mixture of pastas that they'd found in the cabinet.
Kayzee lost his hold on the couch and slid off onto the floor, hitting his head in the process. He sat up hurriedly, looking around to ensure no one had seen him fall. It seemed no one had.
He laid back against the couch, not bothering to get up off the floor.
He jumped at the sound of his name, not having expected anyone to pay him any mind - not like anyone ever did, anyway. He looked up to see Gavin standing over him, crossing his arms.
"You're doing it again!"
"What." Kayzee looked down again, rubbing his head. "What am I doing?"
"Lying around acting like you're dying. C'mon, get up." Gavin pulled Kayzee up onto
Just Something About HimI never was certain exactly what it was about Dreyden Blazer.
Kayzee always sort of hated him, probably because I liked him, if not for anything else.
He never said much, Dreyden didn't.
We'd get comfortable together in his apartment, when he had it, and he'd always say to me, "Hey, Gavin, lemme show you something," and he'd put on a CD and that was it - We'd get lost in the music and forget who we were. It was the closest I'd ever felt with anyone, without need of the sexual pleasures Kayzee seems to think are so important, either, mind you.
Dreyden says he's never been serious with anyone before. I think he was serious with her, but he won't tell me.
He still talks about her. I think he still misses her.
He says she doesn't miss him.
He doesn't have the apartment anymore. We can't get lost together anymore. Not like we used to. He comes to visit me at my apartment, but it isn't my apartment. All of us stay there, and there's no being alone there.
But I still love him the same.
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