A/N: so I tried this challenge with a friend of mine, and we were supposed to write a drabble on our favourite pairing based on a song we were listening to~ So, here I present to you, Jalice's Jet lag by simple plan. Its AU, all human, and Jasper went to study in college far away from his home town~
I apologise for the suckyness, the clicheness and the possible screwed up paragraphing. I mean, it looks fine on Microsoft word but who knows how it will turn out. Okay, I DON'T OWN TWILIGHT, JASPER OR ALICE, KAY? STEPHANIE MEYER DOES.
Okay, on with the story!~
His alarm rang, so loudly it jolted him from sleep. He did not have to go for classes for atleast the next eight hours, and yet he sat up on his bed, turning on the lamp. He did not shuffle to the toilet, did not go to his desk or do anything of that sort. Instead, he stared bleary eyed at his mobile phone, waiting. After a few moments of silence, the phone began to vibrate. He immediately grabbed it off the table, and in his excitement almost dropped it.
"Hey Jazz," he found himself leaning closer towards the phone, his fingers digging into it so hard; he wished she was here with him, in this room, whispering these words to him instead of being far away in his hometown.
"Good morning, Lissy"
"I hope I'm not disturbing your sleep, I know you have classes tomorrow," that was just like her, worried for him. She hadn't changed a bit since they parted two months ago. He smiled to himself, knowing that he would miss classes altogether just to hear her voice.
"Not really," he paused, the next few words catching in his throat, "I miss you."
"I do too," she sighed, and he could almost see her smiling sadly a hundred of miles away, "hurry home, Kay?" Again, he smiled to himself. He couldn't wait, five more days till he caught the flight home. Five days more than he could stand. He knew he was going to enjoy it, of course, but now, hearing her talk like this, he wanted to abandon his studies and take off right now.
Well, he supposed college wasn't that bad. The people here were friendly, and his homework and assignments were manageable; and he was above average in grades. Yet he couldn't wait to get out of this town and see his girl again. Of course, he had made some friends, Mike, Tyler and their gang. They didn't get why he constantly buried himself in his studies, refusing to go party or get drunk with them. It was simply because partying- he never partied once without Alice. She was the very life of the party, the riot, the fire cracker that lit up the room. It just wasn't the same. They knew he had a girl friend back home, but constantly pestered him to meet a new one. After all, they reasoned, she would never know. Still, he could never bring himself to do that, and always blew them off with the excuse that he missed her too much.
In truth he didn't miss her. He needed her, desperately. Sure, they called each other at odd timings without fail, but he needed to see her. To watch her dance across the room to him and to see her hazel eyes sparkle wickedly as she went to play a prank on her brother Emmett. To feel fingers trace the outline of his features as they often did when it was just the two of them. To take those same fingers and intertwine them with his, to press his lips to her forehead and feel her giggle... There were tons of things he missed.
He wanted to see her again. Even a glimpse. Cursing himself for choosing to go to a college so far from home, he rubbed his eyes and glanced at the clock. 1 AM it read. By now, she would be having breakfast. Would she still be joking with Edward as he threatened to finish her favorite cereal? Would the sunlight still catch the gold specks in her eyes as she waved goodbye to her mother, rolling her eyes at her mothers' nagging? What seemed so ordinary a few months ago, was what he missed being a part of.
She never failed to call him during sunset to wish him good morning either. That was what he wanted. To be able to hold her as they watched the sunset. But now things were different. Her sunset was his morning, and his midnight was her daybreak.
And it's driving me mad, I miss you so bad, Alice, he thought as he turned off the lights, falling into a deep sleep with endless dreams of his Pixie.