"Come on! Turn green, you stupid traffic light." I clenched my teeth in irritation, my fingers tapping away on the steering wheel as the seconds ticked by. I stared at the unlit green light, willing for it to turn to life.
Green. Just like his hair. And I'll never be able to run my hand through it again if I'm too late. If I let him go. If I let his light go out.
Having Jack taken away from me.
The thought was agonizing and painful, as if my heart was getting stabbed over and over again or if someone had ripped out my heart and stomped on it. Was this what Jack felt when he saw me with Yami? Or was it worse?
"Hey Mark! You're still coming over after class today, right?"
Crap. I forgot to tell you the change in plans. Don't worry, I'm planning something and you'll love it. I'm sure of it.
"Oh, sorry Jack. I forgot to tell you that I can't. Aaron wanted me to come over today too."
He froze for a second.
"Oh, alright... Just... tell me earlier next time."
That look of disappoin