I loved him. I really did. I loved him with all my heart. He was my missing piece and when I met him he filled the emptiness I had felt. We had been through a lot together. Eventually it got too much for us to handle. And the worst part of it all, he got sick
"You were my best friend, my favorite person. You left me! You walked away you ran. You think I somehow was just fine you don't think I was dying too?" Noah explained to Arizona
"No, no okay you weren't not like me you were coping you-you were okay I couldn't even-" Arizona was cut off by Noah
"I wasn't coping I was covering for you I was, to take care of you" Noah said calmly
"and now your punishing me over and over because I dared to take things into my own hands because I recognized the spiral I was falling into and I went and did something about it!" Arizona exclaimed getting frustrated with Noah
"I was putting you first" Noah said
"I took care of myself so that I would survive, and all that does is make you angry. What pisses you so much? That I chose to go after the thing I needed to heal? Or that the thing I needed wasn't you?" Arizona responded
"The thing that I needed was you!" Noah cried out
It went silent for a moment. Their breathing was the only thing heard throughout the room.
"I survived, you survived, but I do not think that we can survive this" Noah softly said
Noah stopped talking and turned to walk out of the room. The door closed and Arizona just stood there. She didn't know what to say. She closed her eyes and took a deep breath and whispered to herself.
Arizona and Noah were in love. Grew up together and knew everything about each other. They fell in love. But the thing is, they weren't ready to handle what life had in store for them. After a tragic event happened they split up. They couldn't do it anymore. Or Noah couldn't do it anymore. So he walked out on the relationship. Arizona wanted to keep fighting. She thought they were worth fighting for. Then he got sick, really sick. She was broken. Until one day, Arizona meets the new love of her life.