Once again a grown-up Beth Greene finds herself running back to the one person she’s always turned too when times are tough, Daryl Dixon.
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“Don’t you see Beth?” He asked, needle poised at her side. The scalpel in her hand shook. “We’re looking for a cure, a vaccine, a repellant…we’re looking for hope, Beth. And you’re going to help us.” A sharp pierce against her skin as the syringe emptied into her bloodstream.
Daryl and the group went to the hospital to save Beth. Instead of Beth getting shot, Daryl shot Dawn first. Noah and Beth were both able to leave with the group. Now they are all at Alexandria and Daryl has been following Beth around, but hasn’t actually been able to really talk to her. One night, Daryl asks Beth to join him out in a field on the edge of Alexandria where it is just the two of them. Daryl decides to try and tell Beth how he feels, but has trouble because expressing his feelings doesn’t come naturally to him. He gets frustrated with himself, luckily, Beth knows exactly how to handle the situation. Based on the song Say by Raelynn.
Beth spends her days in the window daydreaming waiting for the man with the wings to come and rescue her.