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FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER: Sylvia's POV
I blanked out completely when I head Ella's scream. She was right; what did it make us that we decided to pick on him for trying to apologize? Honestly, that sunk us all down to his level. It was a cold-hearted thing to do; I had always wanted to avoid something like this. I wasn’t about to forgive him though that…
I glanced around, looking secretly at the other's reactions and for something to distract me. Sam had tears in his eyes, but looked like he was fighting them from falling, poor kid. Bella was blinking and staring off into space, probably wondering what had just happened. Riley had tears streaming down her face, but she wasn't making any noise, what-so-ever. Henry had his head down, sinking back into the shadows. Bret was shaking furiously, probably scared out of his wits. His face was almost as pale as his hair. Feeling my fists clench I turned away from Bret. Arvy had tears running down his face, and kept murmuring things and shifting constantly. Weird, normally it’s me doing all the crying.
Wait… where was Jacob? I didn't see him anywhere in the group. It was almost like he disappeared off somewhere. That boy was always a mystery. He never showed emotions, care, behavior, and sometimes didn't even acknowledge you. I didn’t think he even knew I existed before today. I’m more of a background person but I do know how to fend for myself.
My silver, sleek tail drooped to the floor and my ears were flat down to my head, almost like they were trying to crush my skull. I opened my mouth a couple times, then soon after closing it, and starting the process again. Speechless.
My mind was dull, slow, and unbelieving. It couldn't process what had just happened. It wouldn't believe that she just yelled at us all. It couldn’t believe that we were all dumbfounded. It couldn't believe any of it, but it was right in front of me. Soon I began to doubt my feelings and thought. Was she right? Was I right? Is anything right?
"I-i think I'm going to go..." Bella whispered, wolf-tail drooping and head hung. It was sad seeing Ella’s friends like this.
"Me too... *sniff* I-i need to g-go home..." Riley replied, tears pricking the corners of her eyes.
We all murmured or nodded slowly, acknowledging their decision. Arvy glanced up and murmured a 'Goodbye' before looking straight down again. “Goodbye.” I echoed
Something was wrong with Arvy. I could tell with my feline senses. The constant murmuring, like he was trapped in a nightmare, unable to wake up or snap out of it. He was shaking and blinking his eyes, never moving his gaze from his paws. His hair fell shaggy in front of his eyes, so I couldn't see what was in them. He was whimpering, almost like whining.
I walked over carefully over to Arvy, making sure I didn't startle or frighten him. I kept myself together and sat myself down heavily in a chair next to him. I took a side-ways glance at his shaking body and realized his sufferings were almost like real pain.
"Arvy? Are you okay?" I asked cautiously, making sure I didn't set him off. Keeping my eyes forward I didn’t think he would even acknowledge me.
I could almost hear him still shaking, but there was no murmuring this time.
"Y-yes..." He trailed off, making it obvious that he was lying to me.