Author's Notes: I'm really sorry if someone had this story before, so far I haven't read one like this. What monster groups are at the breakup?
Disclaimer: I don't own any characters from Sailor Moon.
Is it a new love?
"I don't want to see you anymore, Serena, we're different now, and you're not the girl I fell in love with," I tried not to cry as I remembered how Darien Shields, the love of my life said those cruel words. He had promised to protect me, to love me, and to be with me. Look at us now; he just dumped me without telling me why. I know that me changing has nothing to do with this, he would still love me even if I were different, right?
And then when I went to my so-called friends for comfort they told me to stop caring about him, but how could I, Darien was my reason to live, and without him I had nothing.
These days all I do is stay in my room and cry. I've missed school for the past three days. My family tries to cheer me up, but nothing works for me. I know my family is trying to help, but I wish they would just stop bothering me; I need to gather my feelings by myself. They don't even know why I'm crying, but I don't want to tell them because then my dad would be furious with Darien, and I still love him with all of my heart.
My cell phone rang again, and I bet it was Molly, a good friend when I needed one. I felt bad about how I ignored her to be with the scouts. When I didn't answer, our home phone rang; she was probably calling again. I heard how my mom answered it, and I heard her say, "I will make sure she goes there."
My mom knocked on the door and I gave her permission to enter. When she slowly opened the door, she started to open her mouth, but I beat her to it. "No!" I shouted out before she could even start to ask her question.
"Serena, you haven't even heard what I'm going to ask you."
"Well, it's probably going to be something about meeting Molly," I shot back at her.
"Serena, you have to live a little, even your teachers would like for you to go to the arcade and have a some fun with Molly," she tried to convince me.
"And why would they want that?" I didn't want to be convinced; I just wanted to be left alone.
"So you could feel better, and go to school," My mother replied.
"I am not going to the arcade," I spat out in a low tone as I rose from my bed to glare at her.
"Young lady, don't take that tone with me. Don't you care at all for your future? You need to get a job for yourself so you can live by yourself. For that you need to go to college, and for that you need to finish high school," She started her life speech again.
"I don't care about my life mom, my life doesn't matter any more."
"You are going, and you are going to have fun while you're there, otherwise I will tell your father about how you are dating Darien," When she mentioned Darien I almost started crying, but I held it back.
"Fine," I spat out vehemently as she left my room. And then I let my tears go.