Written By: bananasandfruits

Prompt: Person A and B got to different schools. When A gets out, they text B asking when their classes ends and when their school year ends. A finds out that B still has about two hours of school and a week til the school year ends. They decide to surprise B with a visit.

“Ok. Bye guys! See you next year!” Selene Helia waved her friends farewell. The school year is over and it’s now time to rest. For this special last day of the year, the blonde decided to wear a dress with blue roses and music compositions on a yellow background. Her boyfriend always did tell her that yellow brought out her bright, sky blue eyes.
Selene started walking towards the gate of Ambrosina Academy of Literature and saw the limousine that was sent to pick her up and take her to where she wanted. Selene enters the limousine, thanking the chauffeur. The chauffeur closes the door and quickly settles himself into the driver seat.
“Where to today Princess Selene?” the chauffeur asks, looking at Selene through the mirror.
“I don’t know yet, Matthew. Just drive I guess. Excuse me if I make any sudden changes or something.”
“It’s no problem at all miss.” The chauffeur starts to drive out of the parking lot.
When the car is moving, Selene taps on the screen embedded on the wall of the limo, calling her significant other, Peter Smith. Peter answers.
“Hello, Selene? Is something wrong?” He asks.
Selene giggles a bit. “No, nothing is wrong. Can’t I just call my precious boyfriend because I want to?”
“I mean, you can, but I’m sleeping and I have class tomorrow.”
Selene checked the time. “Oh. Well, in that case, I should go. But first, tell me, when does summer start for you?”
“In a fortnight, why?” Peter responds.
“Nothing. Well, you continue to sleep. I’ll talk to you later. Love you.” Selene said, not waiting for a response before hanging up.
“Matthew, take me home. I need to pack my bags.”
“Yes, Princess.” responded Matthew as he drove off.
When they arrived at the mansion Selene ran inside, waving hello at all the servants she passed by. She ran up the stairs and into her room. She went straight to her closet and took out her already packed travel bag. She always had a travel bag ready in case a country needed her assistance in anything at all.
Matthew gave Selene’s school things to a maid, who would bring it up into the girl’s room, and patiently waited for his lady to return.
Selene used the slide to get back down from the floor she was on and quickly ran back to the limo. “Ok, Matthew, you know where to go. To the airport!” Selene exclaimed, entering the limo.
Matthew drove off to the Helia family airport. He pressed a plane shaped button, telling the airport to ready a plane. It would take them about 20 minutes or so, which is perfect, as driving there can take 25 minutes or so. They made their way to the private airport, Selene booking hotels and planning out her two weeks in America.
When they arrived at the airport Selene was guided to the plane.
On the plane, she told a stewardess where to go. “San Jose, California please. I want to go visit Peter.”
The stewardess noded in response and went up to the cockpit to tell the pilots. A few minutes later, the plane took off.
In the air, Selene wrote poems and did some arts and crafts. During the last few minutes in air, Selene just looked out the window, admiring America’s natural beauty.
The plane lands and Selene is lead out into the airport. She flashes her ID to airport security and looks for a taxi to take her to the hotel she booked. She finds the taxi, gets in, places her travel bag next to her, and gives the driver the location and the pay. At first, the taxi driver gives the money back saying she’ll pay at the end of the trip, but Selene insisted and said that if there was any change at all, the driver could keep it.
The drive was quick and quiet. Arriving at the hotel, Selene waved the driver goodbye and went inside. She went to the receptionist to ask for her room key.
“Room for Selene Helia please.” She calmly stated.
“One moment please.” Responded the male receptionist. He typed something, probably Selene’s name, and nodded. He took out a card with the number 221 written on it. “Thank you for waiting, here’s your card. Would you like me to show you where your room is?”
“No thank you, I wouldn’t want to bother you.” Selene stated, taking the card key and thanking the receptionist.
Selene made her way to her room, She already knew where her room was, as it was the penthouse suite at the top floor. She booked the room for a few days, but only planned on using it as a temporary base for one day. The other days, she’d probably find a homeless person, or people, and allow them to use the room and the hotel’s luxuries for the time left over.
Selene took the elevator up, staying in the corner and holding on as elevators were not really her cup of tea. A few minutes later the elevator dinged, signalling that she was at her floor. Selene opened up her room and went inside. She threw her luggage onto the couch and sat down a bit. Peter’s classes start in five hours. She planned on using two of those hours to get a visitor’s pass at Peter’s university. Another two hours and thirty minutes were going to be her resting period. The last thirty minutes is her trying to get to the school.
Selene decided to use her two hours and thirty minutes to recomplete Pokémon X,Y, Omega Ruby, and Alpha Sapphire. She went to the nearest game shop and bought another version of each game. With each version of the game, she also bought a new DS.
Once two hours passed, Selene started to pack up and get ready. Within twenty minutes, she was already out the door. She used up five minutes to find her American driver, David, and another five minutes to find a car that would seem like the car of a student at Coda’s Conservatory of Music. She chose a blue Prius.
The school wasn’t too far from where she was staying and the thirty minutes to get there was worst case scenario. They got there in about ten minutes.
Selene walked to the front desk and kindly smiled at the woman sitting there. “Hello there. I’m here to visit someone.”
“I’m sorry, but we don’t accept visitors,” the lady said in a kind voice.
“Oh. I see… Then in that case—” Selene was about to take out her ID and ask the kind lady to look up her schedule, when a voice called out to her.
“Selene Marie Homestead, IS THAT YOU?!?!”
Selene looked around, looking for the familiar voice, and saw the school’s director, Aria Coda. Aria started running up to her and hugged the small girl.
Aria released the younger girl and looked into her eyes, “What are you doing here Selene?”
“Oh. I’m here to visit someone, and possibly join some of your classes for a whole two weeks.”
“Really??? You’re going to join our classes?”
“Yes, but I understand that you guys don’t accept visitors…”
Aria shook her head, “If it’s you, it’s perfectly fine. You can join our classes at any time. Who wouldn’t want to say that one of the best musicians of all time joined your classes? All the music schools would be so jealous!”
“I’m not that great Miss Coda.”
“Please, call me Aria, and you’re right, you’re not that great, you’re a genius! Oh yes, who were you going to visit? I assume you would want the same classes as them?”
“Peter Smith. He’s my boyfriend.”
“Peter Smith?!?! THE Peter Smith?!?! HE’S ONE OF OUR BEST STUDENTS!” Aria excitedly exclaimed. She calmed down a bit and continued. “He’s a musical genius too, isn’t he?”
“I’d say he is. He did help me understand music theory and how to write songs.” Selene smiled, absolutely proud of her precious significant other.
“Ok.” Aria turned to the woman at the front desk, who had an extremely confused look. “Hannah, please print out Peter Smith’s schedule and give it to Miss Selene here. I have to attend a meeting I’m already late to.” Aria left, waving goodbye to Selene and Hannah.
Hannah did as she was told and gave Selene Peter’s schedule. She went to his first class, and patiently waited. Out of her thirty minutes she set aside for trying to get a visitor’s pass, she used up fifteen. Another five was used locating each class.
She entered the first class on the schedule and saw a grand piano along in the middle of a fairly bare room. There were music stands and chairs, but that was about it. There was also a small little desk space in the corner of the room, A middle aged woman sat at the table, happily looking over some music.
Selene walked over to the woman and read the nameplate on her desk. Tiffany Golbeirg, it read. “Ms. Golbeirg?”
The woman looked up, a bit startled. “You startled me there. Hi there.” Ms. Golbeirg looked at Selene a bit, probably trying to see if she recognized her as one of her students. “I don’t think you’re in my class, are they transferring in new students two weeks before the end?”
Selene shook her head. “I’m just joining some of the classes for the last two weeks. Mostly because I’m here to visit someone.” Selene extended her hand to the teacher. “Selene Marie Homestead, I’ll be in your care for the next two weeks.”
Ms. Golbeirg shook Selene’s hand and suddenly exclaimed, “Selene Marie Homestead?!?!”
Selene covered her ears as instinct. When Ms. Golbeirg saw this, she apologized and continued to be really happy. When she calmed down, Selene looked at the grand piano. “Is it alright if I play the piano Ms. Golbeirg?”
“Of course!” the woman responded.
Selene placed her messenger bag by the piano stool foot and set herself up to play the piano. She opened the cover and tried the keys, deciding they were perfectly tuned. She started playing a song that reminded her of Peter. She played one of the many songs Peter had sung to her, this particular one her favorite. She was playing Sad Song by We The Kings.
The door opened and she looked up from her playing and saw that a tall figure had entered. It took her a bit to fully process who it was. And when that bit passed, she noticed it was who she was here for. Peter.
Peter looked at her, repeatedly blinking and occasionally rubbing his eyes. He probably thought that it was just him imagining things because his Selene was in England, enjoying summer break.
Selene giggled and smoothly transitioned into a new song, Like I’m Gonna Lose You by Meghan Trainor. She started singing along after creating her own little intro.
I found myself dreaming
In silver and gold
Like a scene from a movie
That every broken heart knows.
We were walking on moonlight.
And you pulled me close.
Split second and you disappeared and then I was all alone.
Peter’s confused look withered away and he smiled at Selene, knowing it was really her. He went up by the piano, placing a hand on the surface. He started harmonizing with her, enhancing the music. Meanwhile, Ms. Golbeirg was wonderstruck when she heard how smooth Selene’s voice was. Another student entered the classroom, a female this time. She looked up from, what seemed like, her music binder and searched for the source of the music. She stood at the door, and allowed the music to flow out of the room.
I woke up in tears
With you by my side
A breath of relief
And I realized
No, we’re not promised tomorrow.
Some other students started entering the room, some not even from the class.
So I’m gonna love you
Like I’m gonna lose you.
I’m gonna hold you
Like I’m saying goodbye.
Wherever we’re standing
I won’t take you for granted
Cause we’ll never know when
When we’ll run out of time.
So I’m gonna love you
Like I’m gonna lose you.
I’m gonna love you.
Like I’m gonna lose you.
Peter closed his eyes and readied himself for his melody part. Selene readied herself to sing the harmony part.
In the blink of an eye
Just a whisper of smoke
You could lose everything
The truth is, you never know
So I’ll kiss you longer babe,
Any chance that I get
I’ll make the most of the minutes
And love with no regrets.
Peter went behind Selene and hugged her, Selene still playing the piano.
Let’s take our time
Say what we want
Use what we got
Before it’s all gone

Cause no, we’re not promised tomorrow.
So I’m gonna love you
Like I’m gonna lose you.
I’m gonna hold you
Like I’m saying goodbye.
Wherever we’re standing
I won’t take you for granted
Cause we’ll never know when
When we’ll run out of time.
So I’m gonna love you
Like I’m gonna lose you.
I’m gonna love you.
Like I’m gonna lose you.
The two finished the song and smiled at eachother. The students and teachers that had gathered applauded and cheered. The teachers herded their students to their own classrooms and classes were starting. Peter and Selene sat near each other, and started talking.
“Selene, why are you here?”
“Isn’t it obvious, I’m here to visit you. Or rather, stay with you until your classes end. Are you going to go back to England?”
“I am, the moment school ends. I wanted to see you, to hug you as soon as possible.”
“Awww… You missed me…” Selene said, rubbing her hair against Peter’s face.
Peter hugged her, “Of course I did.”
“Well, I missed you too. That’s why I’m here.”
“Kinda noticed.”
“I even wore the dress you like so much!” Selene stood up, gesturing at her dress, the one with blue roses and yellow and music compositions.
“Yes. Yes you did.” Peter hugged her by the waist, burying his face in her stomach.
“You really really missed me huh?”
“Yeah. I missed you so much, I took the five year course in one year.”
“Peter!” Selene sat down and looked at him. “You overworked yourself didn’t you?”
“I didn’t.”
Selene looked at him, extremely concerned and a bit agitated.
“I swear, I didn’t. All the work was fairly easy. It wasn’t much trouble… After all, I had you to motivate me. And, it’s me… I’m your boyfriend, I have to be able to do at least this…”
“Peter. Just because you’re my boyfriend doesn’t mean you have to overwork yourself. I could’ve just stayed with you here in America. I do come here a lot anyways.”
“But Selene, you love England. And I didn’t want to be the reason you would leave the place you love. I love England too. And anyways, I had to prove that I was worthy to be your boyfriend.”
“There’s nothing you need to prove. Ever. Whatever made you think that you weren’t worthy to be my boyfriend?”
“Have you seen the news? There’s a million other guys that are much more amazing than me that would kill to be your boyfriend.”
“And even with them there, I chose you. I chose you because I’m in love with you. If you’re thinking things like this, I don’t think you know the full extent of my love. I don’t just love you for your looks, I love you for your personality. I love you for your passion. I love you for your everything. I don’t care if there are people who seem more amazing, you’re the most amazing person in my life. You confuse me. Me of all people. My feelings towards you confuse me. You make me question everything, investigate the mysteries of the world. You’ve had the biggest effect on me. You’ve altered me to be yours, and forever yours I’ll be. Peter Smith, don’t ever think that there’s anyone better for me, because you are the best for me. Peter Smith, I love you with all my heart, I want you to know that.”
Peter looked at her, tears forming in his eyes. “I love you too.”
Selene smiled.
She asked Ms. Golbeirg if they could leave the class. Ms. Golbeirg told Selene that Peter doesn’t have any more work to do, so he doesn’t need to come to school anymore. She said that he was only there for attendance.
Selene lead Peter out of the class and they went home, spending the fortnight basking in each other’s presence. Peter’s school year finished early for him and he got what he wanted sooner. He just wanted to be with Selene.

A/N: I apologise for the terrible looking format and possibly wrong grammar. And terribly cheesy writing.