I Don't Love You by My Chemical Romance

Well when you go
Don't ever think I'll make you try to stay
And maybe when you get back
I'll be off to find another way

When after all this time that you still owe
You're still, the good-for-nothing I don't know
So take your gloves and get out
Better get out
While you can

When you go
Would you even turn to say
"I don't love you, Like I did,

Yesterday..."

As Alice relaxed in my arms, I felt incomplete. Like I knew something was just a little off key and she wasn't meant to be there. Someone else was.

We had been together since she had shown up here one day and asked where my room was. After that she basically took it over. We had been together ever since.

There was nothing wrong with her exactly, but she was just way too perfect. She knew everything I was going to do before I even knew it. And I knew every thought in her head as she relaxed in my arms, or anywhere else for that matter.

There wasn't a need to talk. Even when I wanted to she knew what I was going to say it, as soon as I had figured it out myself.

She wasn't content either.

I knew it in the way she would smile. She would smile, but it wasn't the smiles that we shared when we first found each other.

I could leave her, but no one would want to spend eternity alone. Before, I had spent years like that- being the only one that had no one. Every night I would go to bed alone and wake up alone while my parents and siblings went to bed with their better halves every night. I wanted that. Badly.

Then she came into my life.

Before her, my life was dark, with only a few stars here and there. When she arrived, she became the moon. I could live without her, sure, but I wanted that extra bit of light more than anything. I was looking for my meteor, someone to make it so my world was bright, shining, not dark. And I had every intention of finding her one day.

I had every reason to believe that Alice was looking for her meteor also. She spent more and more time in our room by herself now, just looking for him. We both knew that we weren't meant to be together, but we had no intention of telling the other one that. We just pretended to be happy together, just to make it so that we wouldn't be lonely.

Without saying anything, though, we had promised that we wouldn't leave each other unless the other found their better half as well. Either we were both happy, or we would be content, but still slightly miserable. Neither lonely.

I'd like to tell you a story. A story of feeling unwanted. A story of not wanting to be alone. A story of finding your place.

Listen closely, because I have no intention of repeating myself. Come closer, if you wish, I won't bite. Not anymore, anyway... It all started when a human moved into the small town of Forks , Washington, a town where it always rained, a town in which lived vampires.

By now, you are most likely wondering who exactly is telling you this tale, correct?

My name is Edward Anthony Mason Cullen, and this is my story.

Author's Note: What do you think? You know you want to review...Oh, the chapters will be longer, I promise. The first is always the shortest!

XOXOX

Adrian