Contains a bit Alex/Joshua.
I remember this rainy day. Completely.
Actually it was a pouring outside. We both had to stay inside, even if I promised him to go out to play. But the fall came a lot too early. My parents looked at me like I'd be responsible for this weather to disappoint my brother.
But I wasn't.
Honestly, he's the only family I've got. Neither of my parents were there for me like he was. Everytime, every minute. And now they even wanted to take him away from me. Only sometimes my mother showed a bit sympathy, but I couldn't accept it somehow.
I'm a stranger in this house.
So, I sat there, quietly on this chair and watched Joshua playing with some bouncy ball-thing. Seriously, he didn't look disappointed at all. Just bored. Though he was very quiet.
He caught the ball, raising his head. He looked at me with his blue eyes opened wide. Frankly, he stared at me. Somehow I drowned in his eyes.
After all, I can tell that he's the beloved one here. He's the one