We sat down together on the bathroom floor, silent."You can't keep doing this," you told me, tired and annoyed. "I've told you. I can't always hold your hand through this."You got up and I reached for you, actually hoping you'd care. Instead, I was met with the unresponsive attitude I had grown to tolerate. You barely said anything to me anymore, preferring instead to keep your distance. We were supposed to be the powerful ones. The ones who'd made it out. The months went by and it seemed like everything was coming to an end. Our friends had taken your side throughout this journey, keeping you happy and warm. Then, the day came. You were cold to me, your words like steel. I didn't even think you noticed that I was crying."Ana, I hope you realize that you're just not good enough for me," you said as you turned away from me. "I hope I see you in hell."You left me, crying and broken. I didn't think that I bothered you that much. I still have so many questions for you. 1) When I found out about Liz, why wouldn't you tell me the truth? 2) How could you tell me you loved me, then turn around, and say that I was an experiment? 3) Why? Just why? About everything.Goodbye, Saikoro, I feel nothing for you now.