The morning after she and Daryl burn down the moonshine shack, Beth has to face the consequences of her first drinking experience.
Looking over her shoulder she could see his legs, tangled in the sheets from earlier activities and finally resting after months stuck in a perpetual doomsday. They were safe now. She couldn’t miss that sleeping. But her small lips weren’t smiling. She was just restless, an earth-real being trapped in this world. And there was nothing that he could do to save her.
Beth has always been bad about returning things. So when Rick calls and asks if he can get his jumper cables back she feels horrible that she kept them so long and rushes right over to return them. She’s introduced to Daryl, Rick’s friend who just came back to town and is staying in the spare room. Beth is finding a whole bunch of things she borrowed and needs to return!
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Abolesco (v.) The Latin word for ‘vanish’. In the aftermath of the prison attack Daryl Dixon finds himself burdened with untrained teenager Beth Greene. The two search in the hope to find more survivors, but they are pulled into finding more and more about each other and ultimately themselves.
It’s a standoff. She stands with her automatic raised at them, finger on the trigger, gaze never wavering from her target. The man faces her, gripping the crossbow tightly, sweating as he does so. From across the short distance between them, Beth can see his hands shaking ever so slightly. Hers are rock steady.
What if Beth was a ballerina and Daryl was the janitor. One night he was cleaning all sudden he hears music he went to see who was still in here he about to yell at the person because he just wants to finish his job and lock up so he can go home. But he did not expect to see a very beautiful girl dancing around the stage?