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Matthew sat in silence, staring down at the tea cup in his hands. His stomach was churning and his heart was sinking. Arthur knew the Canadian was upset, he could see the hurt on Matthew’s usually kind face. All he could do is sit in silence with the younger man for the time being, but inside he was boiling over with rage. How dare that American Bastard hurt his sweet Matthew. Silence hung in the air for a moment longer, and finally the Englishman spoke. He had to fight to hide the anger in his voice.
“Matthew … you know that Alfred can be selfish, and stubborn, but,” his words began to sting as he continued to speak. It felt like he had filth in his mouth, “but he does care for you. He’s just terrible at showing it.”
The Canadian looked at Arthur with a pained expression, and then looked away with a grimace. He almost looked like he was about to be sick. Arthur shifted a bit in his chair and leaned forward. He wanted to con
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Just when I thought I could go
My heart is lost and you're pulling me back again
Wishing on a falling star wish I could be where you are
somehow you came and changed my everything
England watched as both Canada and America grew up but only Canada decided to stay with him.
"Canada, are you sure you want to stay with an old bloke like me?" England asked uneasily, hoping Canada would say no.
"Well.." Canada thought for a moment "I am sure I could go anywhere else if I pleased".
England grimaced. He didn't want Canada to leave; he was the only company the brit had after America declared his independence and left him in no mans land. Canada saw the horror on England's face and continued to speak.
"But I like where I am right now and that's right next to you, Arthur" Canada said with a smile. England knew that Canada meant what he said since he called England by his actual name. England looked at Canada with tears in his eyes, filled with joy at the fact that the