So Long Since I’ve Seen You last // Klaus and Salena
“I have reasons on why I’m afraid to fall. I’ve been broken and left behind one to many times.” The original said, tryig not to make his life some kind of sad sick twisted story; where everyone would feel bad for him. He didn’t want that. But, that was just how he had lived. Everyone had left him at some point or another. Even his siblings. His most favorite and close brother left him because he did’t want to see the family be torn apart when it had already been. His father hated him and slaughtered him, he was the child his mother had wished she’d never had. Klaus was a big disappointment to all. So, he gave people what they wanted. Betrayal. It’s what everyone expected out of him so why not give them what they expect?
Finally arriving to his mansion he opened the door for the girl that was next to him. “You should hate me. You have every reason in the world to hate me. Everyone should hate me. I’m a monster. I should have died and rotted in hell a long time ago. That’s what everyone wants, right?” Klaus asked, as he cocked up a curious brow. A very tired some Peyton in his arms. The only thing that he wouldn’t hurt or abandoned would be his daughter. Words couldn’t describe how much he loved the small child within the depths of his arms. She was the perfect creature. An angel who could do no harm to humanity. He would science to do everything in his power to keep her safe and protected from the dangers of the world.
“How is it that you are so wise but yet so young?” Klaus asked, as he leaned up against the entrance way. Waiting for her to step inside. Knowing that she didn’t have to be invited in because she wasn’t a monster like a half of the people in the town were.
Salena paused before softly adding “Everyone has been broken and left behind before. It‘“s a common feeling and there’s nothing to be ashamed about it.” Salena didn’t want to pity him, she knew that Klaus hated other’s pity. Instead, she just wanted to make sure he was aware that he isn’t the only one who was forgotten, or left, or broken.
Slowly walking up the steps to Klaus’s front door, her head still leaning against Aubree’s, Salena paused at the top of the steps, waiting for Max as she watched Klaus. “I don’t have one reason to hate you, actually. I mean, you’ve done far too many horrible things to my friends, but to me..? Nothing.” Salena walked into the house, pausing in the doorway as she eyed Klaus, her head turning so she could face him. The female paused before continuing on into the house. She knew, deep down, Klaus wasn’t as horrid as everyone -include himself- made him out to be.
“Hm, I’m not too sure about that. Though, is it weird that I remember you asking me that same question before?” smiling softly, Salena turned in the entry way of the Mikaelson home, facing Klaus as she hugged her baby closer.