Feeling

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"I see you kept your promise about not being there." Four muttered to Eric.

Before Eric could say anything to Four, I pushed Four out of the way, getting in between the two males.

"Did we miss the train?"

"Yes."

"What do we do now?"

"We have to camp out here, but there are too many Factionless's out here to guard just each other."

"There was a cabin where we came from." Peter spoke up from Four and I's conversation.

"Is it clear?"

"Well yeah." Peter said.

Four nodded, walking back over to the bags.

"Lead the way." He said, looking over at us.

I nodded, turning around on my heel. In the corner of my left eye, I watched Eric glare at Four. Once again, the truth was spoke to Eric and he couldn't handle it. Why does he have to be so.. so.. Eric? I lead the way to the cabin in silence, everyone else behind me, but Eric keeping close to me.

"Why did they want something to do with (Y/N)?" Peter asked, breaking the sweet silence.

"I don't know." Four and Eric said at the same time.

"Yeah, they kept saying, '(Y/N) isn't with us, ma'am', or something stupid like that." Christina added.

"Whatever it is, it can't be too good." Four said.

"Why do you say that?" Will asked.

"Because the way they moved, they are Ex-Dauntless members. They knew what they were doing and what they were costing. They weren't just Factionless, they were Rebellions." Four explained.

I stayed quiet as they talked about who the people were. I looked down at my feet, remembering when I couldn't even walk correctly for two weeks. Someone always had to be beside me. If it wasn't Eric, it was Victory. I hate to admit it, but I miss the days where Eric was forced to touch me..

It's so bad to say it with 'force', but it's true.. I guess I have to get use to this now. Us constantly fighting or us constantly ignoring each other. I kept walking until I felt a tug on my sleeve. I stopped walking to turn around and see Tris.

"You okay?" She mumbled so the others wouldn't hear.

I nodded, not wanting to speak at the moment. I continued to walk.

"Are you sure?"

I nodded once again, not trusting my voice at the moment.

"You're lying." Four said, getting beside me.

I shrugged at the truth that I was trying to avoid.

"What's the matter? Are you in pain?" He asked, looking down at me.

I shook my head for a 'no'.

"Not to be rude, but can you even.. feel anything on your right?" Tris asked on the left side of me.

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