One day, one week, one month...? how could she be so sure about what was going on right now when the time has stopped? The only she could see it was the light of the day and the darkness of the night. Wandering the streets, seeing the souls coming and going without anyone to notice her. It felt so lonely even when she could stand in the middle of a crowded place. Now she knew what it was to feel invisible. Just another soul in the sea of emptiness. Nobody to see her, nobody to talk with. And the worst? She knew that she would have to spend the rest of eternity like this.
For one thing, she was happy, Stiles was back to his normal life along with Lydia, Scott, and Malia. It took a while to be able to use her energy to see the other side, even tho every time she tried to check on her friends and family she would feel like losing herself while doing it. If only there was an easier way.
Could eternity have been worse? Having to stay in the same place where she died without anyone around, seeing those who died walking over to the other side, the side where everyone should be able to move into. A part of her was hoping that her day would come and would be able to move, she didn't know the reason why she was still there, something must have been keeping her locked in Beacon Hills.
In the middle of the school, she felt there like home. An empty home but at home after all. Deep inside she felt like this place, where she used to spend most her life, it was the only place she had to feel her friends. Even if she couldn't see them. She tried to relax in the middle of the library, reading book after book on each shelf. What else could she do, right? She exhaled deeply, wondering how long she has been there, yet again.
The earth started to shake beneath her feet. She knew another soul was coming in, even tho this was the first time she actually witnessed the event. The fire that flew into the room with a light that almost blinds her. She saw a man covered in flames walking in with a young, blonde woman in between his arms. It's this the way how souls are sent into this place?
The young brunette hide behind a shelf, a part of her felt curious about this event but another felt afraid. Is it funny no? She's dead, why would she be afraid of something?
The light and fire went off as soon as the creature disappeared, leaving the soul of that young girl behind.
"Hello?" the girl spoke, confused. "Hi" Allison spoke, standing up from her hiding spot. "Are you ok?" she questioned, realizing how dumb her question was as soon as the words left her mouth. "I mean..." she shook her head lightly but the girl just stared at her taking a step back. "Wait... no, I won't hurt you" she tried to clarify. "It's just the first time I get to talk with someone else and I---" she realized the girl's eyes weren't fixed on her anymore, the brunette's head turned towards where she was looking at.
The blonde girl smiled "do you see that?" she pointed with some tears taking place upon her lips "It's my grandma" Allison couldn't see anything, not matter how hard she tried. Her brows furrowed in wonder, confused about what the girl could be seeing. It was this what she was missing? The rest of her family welcoming her into a new world? Why couldn't she have that? what kept her away from the happiness she yearned? "I... I think that's for you to go for" she replied while stepped aside, smiling. And just as she appeared, the girl disappeared, and once again Allison was alone.