“How could you say you love him? Don’t you understand, it’s forbidden. We’re at war with his kind!” growled the deep voiced man, seemingly oblivious to the tears threatening to fall from the other man’s beautiful face.
“But, he’s different,” came a soft reply.
“Different? Different?!” Kris was trying hard not to growl at the angelic faced man, but he was getting frustrated with the latter’s naivety. “Suho, I thought you were smart. Can’t you see? He’s only using you.” He said the last sentence putting more than needed emphasis on every single word hoping it would stick with the younger man.
“No, h-he’s not. He loves me and I believe that…he can change. He just needs more time. He will choose our side.”
“Fallens like him can’t and won’t change. Not even for you. If he really loved you back, he would have come to our side by now. Don’t you get it? He will just betray you in the end. Why won’t you listen to me?”
“Stop! How could you even say that. You were once…”
“What? Say it. I was once what?”
“I was once a fallen too. Is that what you’re going to say?”
“I didn’t mean to bring it up…but if you were able to change sides, what makes him any different from you?”
“Don’t you ever compare me with him. I was born a fallen, I had no choice and yet I chose you.”
“Don’t…Just don’t. It doesn’t matter.” His words came out as a whisper. “Even if you don’t love me back, I won’t stop loving you.