All I see
All the stars were
Made for us
MI walked into school the next day.
"You serpent hag!" I heard a yell from the hall. I then saw the whole vixen team storm down the hallway, and then Rosie, in a vixen uniform.
"Why the hell is Rosie wearing that?" I yelled at Cheryl.
"YOU'RE FUCKING AROUND WITH THE GUYS WHO KILLED MY BROTHER! AND NOW THE WHOLE SCHOOL KNOWS! YOUR OFF THE TEAM. SAY BYE BYE TO YOUR UNIFORM, AS WE WELCOME ROSIE BACK TO THE TEAM!" Cheryl yelled, causing a scene.
"You bitch!" I yelled slapping her right in the face. "how could you do this to me! How!" Tears poured down my face.
After I had taken all the things I gave to Cheryl back. I settled down in my bed, letting tears pour down my face, I was waiting for Archie to walk in and yell at me.
He did walk in, but had a soft tone.
"I'm okay with you and a Southsider.
But a serpent? Really? Out of all the guys at Riverdale, it had to be one of them?"
"I'm sorry." I sobbed out, burring my face into his chest.
"Its okay. I got to go, football practice." He muttered.
Once he closed the door I whimpered and sobbed for 15 minutes or so. Until I heard footsteps making their way up my stairs.
I stood up from my bed and grabbed a baseball bat from my closet. I heard my door open, and saw a frightened Sweet Pea backing up from the door. Holding his hands up in defense.
"Sorry." I let out a sigh.
"Nobody is supposed to be home, I was kinda scared." I placed the bat right next to the door.
"No worries." He smiled.
"Betty told Jughead, Who told me, so I came here. You okay?"
I could barely speak with the lump in my throat and the tears welting up in my eyes. "No." I croaked out.
"Come here." He opens his arms as he sat on my window seat, I sat on his lap and sobbed into his shoulder.
"I had my life all figured out, I-I- Thought I was gonna be okay. But it all keeps getting worse. It's all useless." I cried more.
"Hey-Hey, look at me, it's gonna get better, i'll right next to you. I'm not leaving, not now, not ever." He mumble pulling me closer.
He had to leave, and since I had no more Northside Friends, I called over Toni and Tara.
Once the arrived, Tara had bought 6 packs of Red vines, and a box of pizza.
We spent the rest of the night, talking without a care in the world.