Be My Valentine?
Here is my Kellic/captian-under-the-kellic one-shot. (Yes I combined Sarah’s and Siren’s URLs I dare you to judge me)
After collecting her horridly unhealthy school lunch, Siren plopped down at the lunch table where her buddy Vic already seated. Siren groaned as she stabbed at her over-cooked spaghetti. She was getting sick of the Valentine decor that was hung all around school. Streamers of pink and red hanged from the ceiling, heart shaped balloons floated around the halls, and every table had pink paper laid over it. Most enjoyed the decorations, even Siren, but this year, she loathed them. This February was gloomy for the beautiful blonde. Ever since she laid eyes on the new girl from Australia, a longing filled her heart.
Vic nudged her. “You’re staring at her again,” he whispered.
Siren was pulled out if her daydream. Her mind always filled with nothing but thoughts of the multicolor haired girl each time her blue eyes fell upon her.
“I can’t help it,” Siren replied. “She’s gorgeous. Especially when she wears her band tee.”
“Are you going to ask her?” Victor inquired.
“Are you going to ask him?” Siren retorted.
See, Vic had the same dilemma as Siren. Ever since Vic had to partner up with Kellin in Mr.Sheehan’s Chemistry class, Vic has dreamed of the boys lips on his, and other places, ever since. The two friends both agreed to ask they’re crushes to be their Valentine.
Little did Siren and Vic know, they’re crushes had the same problem.
On the other side of the cafeteria, Sarah fought the urge to devour every detail on Siren’s flawless face. Sarah loved to look at Siren. Often times, Sarah would describe in great detail Siren’s facial features. It was Sarah’s favorite pastime. Instead, Sarah directed her attention to the ham and cheese sandwich in her hands.
Sarah’s new best friend Kellin bounced in his spot next to her. Kellin was anticipating the event to come. Just like Siren and Vic, Sarah and Kellin agreed to ask their crushes to be their Valentine.
“The sooner the better, Sarah. Who knows, maybe there is another female who vies for Siren’s affection,” Kellin said.
Kellin longed to see Siren and Sarah together because he shipped them. They were even his OTP.
“Ask her,” Kellin pleaded.
Sarah remained silent.
Kellin tried again.
When he realized Sarah had no intention of replying, he stepped his game up.
“Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her. Ask her goddamn it!”
Sarah threw her half eaten ham and cheese sandwich at the pestering boy.
“No. I told you I wouldn’t until you asked Vic first,” Sarah said with much ferocity.
“Fine. Watch how it’s done loser.”
Kellin rose from his seat and crossed the cafeteria to where Vic was seated. Kellin had a bag of lollipops in his hand. Rumor has it that Vic loved lollies.
Vic’s heart pounded in his chest when he saw Kellin walk toward him. He brushed his long brown hair away from his face and attempted to compose himself; he failed miserably. Vic reached for the bag of gummy bears that he had in his book bag for Kellin. He always saw Kellin with a bag and thought he would appreciate the gesture. Kellin finally reached Vic.
“Vic, will you be my Valentine?” Kellin’s voice quivered with nerves.
“Of course I will!”
Vic jumped up from the table and leaped into Kellin’s arms. After they embraced, the exchanged gifts and sat down next to Siren, clutching each other’s hands.
“Isn’t that great? Kellin’s crush feels the same about him and mine probably has as much interest in me as she does her trigonometry homework,” Sarah muttered under her breath.
Upset, Sarah grabbed her bag and began to walk out of the cafeteria. Out of nowhere, the blonde haired and blue eyed beauty that has filled Sarah’s mind appeared in front of her out of thin air. Sarah’s breath caught in her throat when she spotted the single read rose in Siren’s hand.
“Be my Valentine?” Siren whispered.
Sarah could only nod and threw her arms around the girl. Happiness bubbled up inside both of them, and they knew, this February wouldn’t be so gloomy after all.