A/N: Hello everyone, I would like to introduce you to my new story called Destined to Collide. This is all about Godric cause he is the best, I mean I loved him in True Blood and when they killed him I was devastated. He was someone very interesting, and I wanted to see more of him, which is why I decided to write this. I hope you like it, and I would try to up date as often as I could. oh and the poem you see at the bottom belongs to a song called stone heart by Leona Lewis.
PS: Oh I would really like to apologize to all the grammar mistakes you will see, sorry I just don't have the time to really sit down and edit:(
Rating: T for adult themes. Language, violence.
Disclaimer: nothing you read here belongs to me except for some of the plot and unknown characters you will meet. All belongs to True Blood, an American television drama series created and produced by Alan Ball. It is based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris.
You were like the crash of thunder
Echoed through my darkest nights.
You awaken all my senses, made me feel alive.
Even if we try to fight it, we know that the sparks will fly.
Cause in the end, we're just two People Destined to collide.
Like stone hearts and hand grenades
you and I are not the same.
There is nothing that I will change,
Stone hearts and grenades.
All my lonely, you throw it all away.
(And) when you need me, I will keep you safe.
Stone Heart by Leona Lewis
Chapter One - Caged Like a Bird
Three weeks, it took me only three weeks to fall absolutely in love with him.
I remember when I first saw him, when I first saw his beautiful silver-blue eyes that were crowned by long dark eyelashes. There was something in them that I did not understand, but something in me craved to find out.
It was around 11 pm when they brought him to the Fellowship of the Sun. Silver chain dripped around his neck and also bound his arm behind his back. I thought he must have been in so much pain because the skin where the silver touched was burning to the point where I could see raw flesh. His hands and neck was gashing and smoking in what looks to be in a very painful way, but he stood there with his head held up, not a single expressions playing on his face.
I looked up at my sister, well at least, what's left of my sister. Sarah Newlin is my dear old sister. I remember when she used to be Sarah Coleman, before she married Steve Newlin. She was so different back then. She was open-minded, compassionate and sweet, but when our sister, Claire went missing, she changed completely. I know she thinks it was vampires that did it, probably fed on her then killed her. I'm not saying it's not them, but there are so many crazy and sadistic humans out there who are capable of doing worse than vampires. As for me, I try my best to follow what the good lord says, and I already opened myself for forgiveness.
Steve Newlin walked toward him, toward the chained Vampire.
"Welcome to the Fellowship of the Sun." He said with a smirk on his face, his arms slightly open as if motioning to his surroundings. "You will be the start of a new world, a vampire free world." The guys behind the chained young vampire cheered loudly. The vampire did not say anything except look straight at Steve. I could tell Steve's irritation just by the stiffness of his shoulders, he wanted the vampire to act toward him, to scream, to attack, and hopefully show him his fangs. But the vampire did none of that beside stand there in front of him.
"Take him to the cage." he said agitation leaking out of his voice. One of the guys, Gabe I think his name was, pulled the chain that was around the vampire's neck, guiding him toward the church's basement. As Gabe dragged him pass us, I felt the vampire's eyes glimpsed toward me just for a second. Maybe he sensed the nervousness that ran trough me. I couldn't do anything but watch his back as he was pulled to the basement, to the cage as my brother in law said. The cage was what it looks to be like a dog cage, but about twenty times bigger. It was made completely out of silver and cost a lot of money as Steve said. I wanted to follow, follow after Gabe, but I know I'm not allowed to do that.
"Honey, are you sure this is a good idea?" My sister asked to her husband. Steve turned toward her, grabbing her hands and bringing it to his lips in a soft kiss. "Of course it is. This is what the lord wants, what this world needs, and it will be me and you that bring this darkness to the light." Sarah laughed a happy laugh, pulling her husband in a hug, tucking her head under his neck. "Oh honey this is going to be great." She said with a content sigh. I know what they have intended for the young vampire, what they have planned for all vampires, and I know in the pit of my stomach, this was going to be a disaster.
I still don't understand all the hate they have toward vampires, I know, it has to do with the fact that they both lost their loved ones because of vampires, but I did too. Steve lost his father and mother, Mr. and Miss. Rev Theodore Newlin, and Sarah and I lost Claire. But still, that's not how a true Christian supposed to act, that's not what our Lord would want. The bible teaches about forgiveness, like how Jesus forgave the people that crucified him. And this church is all about bringing darkness to light, but they do not understand the meaning behind it. When god said, help one another; show the way to each other from darkness to light, he meant forgiveness. As it says in the bible, "to open their eyes and turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan to God, so that they may receive forgiveness of sins and a place among those who are sanctified by faith in me" (Acts 26:18).
And as for Steve, for someone who knows the bible so well and a preacher no less should know this, but he was blinded by revenge. That was why he started this whole anti-vampire church thing, well, actually, it was his father who started it, but Steve now uses the name of our lord for a vengeance.
I also know it was for the same reason why my sister was doing this. She had originally supported vampires rights, we both did, but she changed her mind about a year ago, after Claire's disappearance. I, on the other hand, do not discriminate based on gender, race or whatever vampires are. I also don't believe that all vampires are evil, like my sister and Steve do. I believe we're all born and blessed with goodness in us, it just in some cases, we need to look deeper. But it's not like I have any say in this.
"Anna." Steve called using my nick name; I hate it when he called me that. My name is Annabel, and my mom and Sarah were the only one that called me Anna, I don't know why Steve thinks just because Sarah calls me Anna, he can too. "I want you to keep an eye on Godric." Said Steve pointing to where the vampire has been taken. Godric must be his name. I never heard of such a name before, I wonder what it means. "I don't trust the guards." He said his voice a little harsh.
"What? Why her? I don't want her getting anywhere near that vampire." My sister argued. I still think the old her is still in her somewhere, the over protective sister she used to be.
"Anna is good with people and knows people. I want her to keep an eye on him, so he won't try to do anything around here." he said softly, running his hands up and down her arms in a tender way. That seems to get to her as she nodded her head in agreement. I don't really mind looking after the vampire. Besides, I was curious about him as it is, and this was the best chance I could get to find out what my mind pondered for.
"You don't mind, do you Anna?" Sarah asked coming toward me. She brushed my long blonde hair back, her green eyes looking into mine. People say we look so much alike when they first see us. But when they really look at us, they see the difference. Sure, we both have blonde hair, even though mine almost reaches my waste and hers was shoulder length, and we both have green eyes we got from our father, even though hers goes slightly hazel like our mother. But there are things like our cheek bone and our facial structure that separated us.
"No, I don't mind." I spoke softly as she fixed the shoulder straps of my white sundress, with bold green flower printed on it. She smiled brightly and dropped her arm around my shoulder.
"Alrighty then, let's lock up and go home." She said happily looking up at her husband. I looked back toward the stairs that led to the church's basement. Sadness ran trough me thinking how I would go home to a comfortable queen size bed, while the young vampire will stay in the cold basement, caged like a bird.
A/N:Thanks for reading and i hope you like it. your reviews are most welcome and appreciated. thank you again:D