[dohtml] <link href='http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Dawning+of+a+New+Day' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'> <center><div style="width: 400px; border-right: solid 40px #0E2430; border-left: solid 40px #FC3A51; background-color: #E8D5B7;"><div style="border-left: solid 2px #fff; border-right: solid 2px #fff;"><div style="font-family: 'Dawning of a New Day', cursive; text-transform: lowercase; font-size: 75px; color: #0E2430; padding-right: 3px; padding-left: 3px; padding-bottom: 5px;">turning tables.</div><div style="border-bottom: solid 2px #fff; width: 375px;"><div style="border-bottom: solid 5px #F5B349; width: 375px;"></div></div><div style="width: 375px; text-align: justify; font-family: georgia; font-size: 9px; line-height: 90%; color: #000; text-transform: uppercase; padding-top: 2px; padding-bottom: 2px;">'Cause I feel like a bad joke
Walk a tightrope to hold on to you
Was it real or a love scene
From a bad dream?
I don't think I can forget about it
You are a shining example
Of why I don't sleep at all
T-t-t-too many sheep on the brain
To make sense of a late night call
Talking in circles and chasing the tail Of a love drunk distant memory Am I sure that he's the one? 'Cause I feel like a bad joke Walk a tightrope to hold on to you Gotta know Was it real or a love scene From a bad dream? I don't think I can forget about it Gotta know was it real?</div><img src="http://i1155.photobucket.com/albums/p549/babblingabby/Mak.png" /><div style="width: 375px; padding: 10px;"><div style="background-color: #fff; border: solid 2px #F5B349; text-align: justify; padding: 3px; color: #000; line-height: 100%;">
Delaney bit her lip and fought the urge to look in Finn's dark brown orbs. Without meaning to do so, and hardly ever realizing he had done so, Finley was able to tear apart her defenses with little more than a simple glint in his eyes. He seemed so bent on dismissing their relationship, and if he truly wanted to move on from whatever it was that they had together, she'd have to let him.
There was no way in Merlin's knickers she was letting anything go.
<b>"What did I say, Finn? I asked you a question, a stupid question on my part but a question nonetheless, and you took off running."</b> Del shifted a angrily and finally looked towards him. His trousers finely tailored, his shirt's sleeves rolled up to his elbows, his hair tousled. Everything on his exterior looked normal. However, it didn't take much effort to see how troubled he was-how hurt. Delaney never imagined she'd have this much of an impact on him.
Fiddling with the hem of her sleeve, Delaney sighed inaudibly and toyed with the idea of going back to her dormitory. It was the one place in the entire school-besides the restrooms-where she could disappear into and Finn could not follow. Many times during her first three years she'd go to her classes, the great hall during meal times, and then retire to her common room for the rest of the day. Without even ever truly acknowledging it, she went through great lengths to avoid him.
She didn't want to avoid him anymore.
Then, Finley made the most ridiculous assumption she had ever heard. <I>'That she didn't want him-that he was forcing her.'</I> Not only could Finn never force her into anything (Delaney was quite stubborn in that way) but she more than wanted him. Call it young love, foolish love, whatever one wanted to label it, but Del never wanted to not have have him in her life. <b>"You, Mr. Prewett, are so wrong it astounds me. For one thing, you have never forced me into anything in my life. And secondly, if I wished for you to stop being around me we would not be having this conversation. I bloody told you about my mother. No one knows that. No one outside my family, and yours, anyway. I told you about my home, about my safe haven. I would not have told you these things if you meant nothing to me."</b>
She paused, contemplating how to word herself without ruining everything. What was she sorry for? She was sorry for being stupid enough to blurt out her fears. She was sorry for not acknowledging her feelings towards Finn sooner. She was sorry for asking him to kiss her. She was sorry for letting him get inside her head. She was sorry for their whole relationship. Finley could've been much happier with someone else, he could've met some other lady and went about asking his father to arrange something. Instead, he spent the past three or so years of his life pining for her. It was ludicrous honestly-he could've been so much happier. <b>"Everything? I'm sorry for everything. For ruining everything."</b>
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