I love you, but...I love youI love you, but... by ~SouthernWriter2
But I can't be with you
You're with somebody else
And that's fine
I don't want you to cheat on somebody
We've been friends for over a decade
You're the only person in my life who isn't constantly judging me
You're the only person I can always depend on
You've always been there for me, when no one else was
You were there for me in my hardest moments
Helping me during my hardest challenges
I'll never forget you
Even if I can't be with you, I'd still like to be your friend
Not some wannabe boyfriend stuck in the friend zone
Not some manipulative, lusty guy pretending to be your friend
But a true friend
I want to help you
I want to be there for you when you need someone
You're one of the greatest friends I've ever had
And I've never felt so strongly for any girl
There was one before who came close
Someone else I couldn't get out of my head, even if I tried
Someone I couldn't get over until she moved away
But the difference between her and you is that she never cared
Code Lyoko: The Retaliation 1Ch 1Code Lyoko: The Retaliation 1 by ~SouthernWriter2
The sun rose on a new day. Ulrich woke up to the familiar feeling of a hangover. He really needed to cut back on his drinking. But this time, he noticed somebody on top of him. Yumi woke up as he moved around in the bed.
“Did we…” Ulrich started.
“Yeah, we did,” Yumi replied.
“I could’ve killed him,” Aelita stated. “I should’ve killed him.”
“But you didn’t,” Jeremy responded. “That should count for something.”
“Anyone else would’ve,” Aelita said back. “He admitted to kidnapping my mother, trying to have us all killed, to ruining my life. I should’ve shot him where he stood.”
“You know, if you’d killed him, that wouldn’t make you any better than him,” he said.
“Don’t you ever say that to me!” Aelita shouted. “Kill
Replikated Incident: A Code Lyoko One-ShotIt had been only a week since the group explored the first of possibly many of XANA's Replikas, and they still had no idea how to destroy them. Undeterred, Jeremy worked away at the lab's interface, looking for anything that could be done to destroy them as Aelita intently watched over his shoulder.Replikated Incident: A Code Lyoko One-Shot by ~TheEccentricGamer
The memories of last week's events were still fresh in his mind: the group explored the exact copy of Lyoko's forest sector, fighting off XANA's monsters and William in the process. The operation had nearly come to a disaster, however, when Herve and Nicolas found their way into the factory, having seen Aelita and Odd enter.
Jeremy did what he could to keep them from finding out about the supercomputer, but without the benefit of a return to the past—to protect their new submarine, the Skidbladnir, Jeremy had to divert the supercomputer's power to the sub's shields, disabling the time reversion. Odd came up with an idea to solve the problem. He and Aelita devirtualized themse
Never Too Late - JerlitaSissi's shrill laughter filled the hall, at Aelita's expense, once more. She cursed herself, wishing she hadn't trusted her; Aelita should've known better. She wrapped her arms around herself as she shuffled off to hide in her room, embarrassed and feeling alone. She shook her head as she scurried down the hall. She reached her dorm and slipped inside, resisting the urge to slam the door, instead willing herself to simply disappear, because that seemed the simplest option. She sat on her bed and stared down at her hands which were folded in her lap, feeling stupid. She should've known better. There was no excuse
This definitely wasn't the world virtual Aelita had pictured outside of Lyoko. Outside of her virtual prison, things were supposed to be safe, happy, and, well different. On earth things were basically the same, but instead of a Schypozoa there was Sissi. Things here were almost scarier in a way; more real, to the literal extent. There was the severity of pain, ther