Hi there everyone! I'm new to Serebii Shipping Fanfiction, and I've gotta say that there is extreme writing talent here! I was impressed with all of the stories I've seen posted up, and the drabbles I've seen are just adorable ^^. All of this inspired me to write my own story, I know, I'm corny. Anyways, This story is called 'I'm With You'(Best title I could come up with x_x), and it's a Luckyshipping fic, which is the pairing of Red and Blue, the GIRL Blue. I'm sorry, I just can't refer to her as Green, she'll always be Blue to me ^o^. Yeah, yeah, I've barely seen this pairing before and I haven't really seen or met any supporters(at least not yet), and I know most of you are all OldRival or Specialshippers. I happen to absolutely adore this couple, so here is my fic! There will also be some Choosenshipping, and small parts of Hoennshipping and Questshipping. There will be some Specialshipping, but only in flashbacks. The rating will be 'R' due to strong profanity, violence, and sexual content. I hope you enjoy reading, and please don't flame me T.T, they make me sad . Oh, and if you leave a comment and want to be on the PM list, please ask, it's just so irritating when someone posts the next chapter and someone who commented but didn't ask becomes disappointed with you xD! Anyways, thanks and I hope you enjoy the first chapter!
Rain soared down from the sky, gently colliding with the sodden earth. Gray clouds loomed darkly over the small
city of Viridian, giving all of the buildings and cars a morbid approach. Voluminous puddles were spilled all over the shady roads and
sidewalks in spontaneous areas. Cars splashed the various pools of sky drops, splattering an array of water in the air. The city of
Viridian looked as if it were fallen, depressed, sad. People silently roamed the streets, clutching onto big, flower-like umbrellas that
draped over their heads. The only sounds that could be heard were the gentle patters of the cool raindrops, and the low growl of
A runty looking old tercel puffed along the drenched asphalt, looking as sick as the city today. The car was
colored a dull, dusky shade of maroon although most of it was patched with rust. The wheels looked about the same color as the
rain clouds and there were a couple of dents along both sides of it. The windows from the sides looked smudgy, but the windshield
looked as if someone had to go through a long struggle just to keep it clear. It still wasn't too clean, but it was more crystalline
than the other windows. Behind all of the thick grime, a thin figure could be spotted roughly behind the window on the side of the
driver's door. She had long, unusually straight hair that was pigmented a sienna brown color. The girl was also shown to have
bright blue eyes and was slightly paler than normal. She wore a wrinkly white, short-sleeved shirt with navy blue linings all around
the cuff of the sleeves and the neck hole. She also wore a pair of worn out black jean shorts with a couple of fouled, low top
running shoes that was peeling in odd areas and had black skid marks plastered all over them. Lastly, a small silver bracelet was
clipped onto her right wrist. The chain rustled as she drove, only a single charm hung from it. It was half of a heart with the word
'friend' printed on it delicately. It looked as if it were withering away as well.
The girl dug her foot into the the accelerator hard, making her scrap of metal roll faster. The car swished over
the puddles hurriedly, sliding across Viridian. The wetness of the ground seemed to push the car even further. She slammed on the
breaks angrily as she approached the traffic lights, which to her dismay flashed to red. She jerked forward with her car and then let
out a large and tired sigh. The girl folded her arms on the wheel and bumped her head against the wheel in frustration. When she
looked up, her eyes were red rimmed and blurred. She quickly whipped her hand across her eyes, swiping the water droplets
away. She had to keep her eyes clear for the road, but they kept coming back. She balled her hand into a fist this time and jammed
it in her eye. No matter how much she wiped the tears away, they always came rushing back. She couldn't help it though, the lump
in her throat felt like a giant bowling ball that wouldn't roll away, but her heart felt worse. She sniffed a little, taking out an old,
dark blue Nokia 3230. She looked at the time on her phone: Nine thirty- seven. It had been half an hour since she had gotten the
call. She stuffed the old phone back in her pocket and then looked up in time to see the light glow green. The girl pressed her foot
down on the pedal and her car moved on.
Thunder roared in the sky like a cry of distress followed by a heavier shower of freezing drops. A small wind
conjured up almost immediately, making trees and bushed sway gently to the rain. The grizzled tercel finally slowed down, pulling
into a medium sized parking lot. Thankfully, it was almost empty excluding the few cars. The brunette girl drove into a free space
quickly, parking it right there. She kicked the driver's door opened and then stepped out, feeling the cool rain soak into her. The girl
slammed the door shut, tucking the keys into her front left pocket and turning around to face a big building. In big golden letters
across the top of the structure read 'Viridian Medical Center'. The girl felt her eyes water again, but she didn't care. Thankfully, the
rain was already soaking her face.
The girl began to run towards the entrance, her heart was racing. She widened her eyes and slowed down a
little, but kept her pace up towards the hospital entrance. She spotted a silver scion TC with a big 'V' sticker right on the front
passenger's door. Her blood ran cold. That...That's Red's car... she felt her heart throb. She couldn't imagine what the boy
was feeling right now. She came to a stop as she reached the glass doors, pulling them open and stepping inside. The girl looked
around the hospital. There was a small waiting area in the right corner and in the left corner was the reception desk. A woman with
curled rosy pink hair stood at the desk, working quietly on some paper work. She was surprised at how empty the hospital was,
with only a few people in the waiting room. The girl blinked and then ran over to the reception desk, where the pink haired lady
looked up. She looked down at her name tag now which read 'Joy'.
"Can I help you?" she asked in a silky voice. The girl's eyes began to water again and the lump in her throat felt even heavier.
"I'm Blue Greenleaf," she choked, her voice now more shakier than ever, "I'm here on account of the death of Yellow Sparks..." she couldn't hold it in anymore. She felt her face fall into her hands and tears ran down her face heavily. Joy
frowned with grief and then walked around the reception desk, putting her arm around the girl called Blue.
"Let it all out..." she whispered, leading Blue into the hall.
It was now ten o' clock and Blue had finally stopped sobbing, but she continued to sniffle. She was seated in a
small, white room with a petite gray metal desk. She sat in a chair on one side of the desk, her cheek was pressed against her
hand and her eyes were now a deeper red. Blue's eyes were locked onto the half heart charm. She pressed her right wrist to her
heart, closing her eyes. The white door opened up and a woman with dark purple hair walked in. She wore a white lab coat over a
baby blue blouse and a pair of clean khakis. She had a long name tag hanging down from her neck with her laminated ID card. Blue
recognized her name to be Felina Ivy. She had a look of sympathy on her face and her eyes seemed to be clouded of grief as well.
Blue stood up from her seat as the woman held out her hand.
"Hello Blue, my name is Felina Ivy, but you may refer to me as Dr. Ivy," she said as they shook hands.
"It's good to finally meet you, Doctor, but before we go into...Yellow, isn't Red Taylor supposed to be here as well? I haven't seen him yet and I'm starting to worry about him," Blue frowned. Dr. Ivy nodded.
"Red is still in shock I'm afraid, he seems very shaken," she closed her eyes. Blue felt her heart sag, her anxiety for Red blazed on.
"Aside from him now, we must talk about Yellow." Dr. Ivy stared at Blue who nodded back.
"Now are you related to Yellow in any way? Do you know her parents?" Ivy asked. Blue sighed as she mentioned the word parents.
"No, we were best friends, and I wouldn't bother contacting her parents, they're bast--, I mean scum bags," she quickly cut herself off before she cursed at Yellow's parents, she didn't want Ivy to think she was unprofessional.
"Why do you say that?" she inquired. Blue sighed, thinking back on Yellow's history with her parents. She then coughed a little, the lump was coming back.
"They kicked Yellow out in the middle of our sophomore year and she came to live with me and my half-sister for about a year. They then took her back home since they finally made up, but things took a bad turn again. When she got pregnant, they all got into a fight and disowned Yellow again. We weren't on such good terms at the time so Yellow stayed with...the father of her child." Blue hesitated as she mentioned 'the father'.
"So she stayed with Red Taylor most of her pregnancy," Ivy closed her eyes at the situation, thinking hard.
"Yes...Red's parents weren't too proud, but they still helped out a lot. I'll be assuming that Red and his family are taking care of the funeral plans?" Blue asked. Ivy nodded slowly.
"Red has already agreed to." she stated. Blue looked down at her lap.
"Doctor...Can you please explain to me how Yellow passed away?" she asked. Ivy folded her hands.
"When Yellow went into labor, she lost a large amount of blood through the process. She was extremely exhausted after the baby was born and she died a few hours after giving birth," she explained. Blue widened her eyes.
"Her...her baby is still alive then?" she asked. Dr. Ivy nodded.
"Yellow gave birth to a very healthy baby boy," she responded. Blue blinked. The baby was alive. She felt a spark of hope flicker in her heart. She then remembered, who was going to take the baby?
"Who gets custody of him?" she asked anxiously. Dr. Ivy closed her eyes, taking out an envelope from the inside of her jacket. Blue stared at it curiously, wondering what it held.
"This is a letter from Yellow to you right before she passed away. She was very eager to write and give this to you. I didn't read the letter, but we had a talk before she died." Blue blinked, the lump started to grow back. She carefully took the letter from the doctor and stared at the envelope. There was something hard inside, but she couldn't tell what it was.
"Blue...Yellow knew she was not going to make it, she kept telling me that she wanted you and Red to be with the baby."she whispered. Blue felt her fingers tighten around the letter as she listened.
"Even if you are willing to accept the baby, because you and Red are only seventeen, the baby will rightfully be in the custody of Red's parents. They have already agreed to take care of her. But we still must contact Yellow's parents about the situation." she said. Blue said nothing as Ivy mentioned the Sparks, Yellow's parents.
"Can I go see...the baby?." she said in a small voice. Dr. Ivy's eyes softened and she slowly walked out of the room, beckoning Blue to follow after her. She clutched Yellow's letter in her hands and then followed after the doctor slowly.
Blue slowly stepped down the hall of the hospital towards the nursery. Dr. Ivy had left her to go tend to a
patient but she had given her directions. Blue walked down further and then stopped in front of a big glass window. She gazed
into the nursery, her heart heavy as she saw various babies resting inside. She then realized that she had forgotten to ask which
baby was Yellow's, but she stopped her self from finding a doctor. She knew Yellow well enough to recognize her child. Blue
pressed up against the window gently, scanning the room for a pair of big brown eyes. The baby would also look a lot like Red as
well, so she also scanned for his characteristics too. She finally stopped looking as she fixed her eyes on the smallest, but most
beautiful baby she had ever seen. He had Red's dark strands of hair coming from his head barely and he definitely did have
Yellow's big brown eyes. Blue's eyes warmed up and she wiped her eyes again. She had never cried this much in her life. Blue
shook them away and she then looked down at the letter from Yellow.
"Blue?" a voice sounded from the end of the hall. It sounded very hoarse and quiet. Blue looked up and turned
her head. A boy dressed in a navy blue collared shirt with rolled up sleeves. He had straight, jet black hair and dark colored eyes.
His eyes showed no emotion whatsoever. Blue frowned a little. He wasn't crying, but looking at him still made her feel depressed.
Red began to walk over, each step was very slow. Blue looked down. She didn't know how to approach Red, of course he would be
more devastated than her; The mother of his child and the love of his life had died. He coughed a little as he finally reached the
nursery, standing right next to Blue.
"Red? Are you doing okay?" she asked quietly. Blue regretted asking immediately as Red looked down.
"I'm okay I guess...We're gonna take the baby home next week..." he murmured.
"My parents need to get some supplies ready like the cradle and stuff." he replied. Blue nodded to this. Red was part of a very wealthy family. Blue knew she could trust them with the baby since their maid used to be Red's nanny as a little boy.
"Red...I'm really sorry about Yellow..." she trailed off as her voice began to crack again. The dark haired boy said nothing as Blue wrapped her arms around him, feeling the warmest she felt all day. She felt Red's arms encircle around her back
and his head rest gently on her shoulder. Blue felt her right pocket vibrating but did nothing, ignored the phone, holding onto Red
It was close to twelve o' clock now, and the hospital was soon becoming even more deserted than it was now.
As Blue stepped into the waiting corner, she noticed that everyone was gone and that she and Red were probably the last ones
there. Blue found herself gripping Red's hand solidly as his head rested upon her shoulder. They just sat in the waiting corner,
grieving and talking about future plans.
"Dr. Ivy told me your parents were gonna set up Yellow's funeral." Blue quietly said.
"Yeah, who else is going to take care of it? Yellow's parents?" he muttered sarcastically. Blue was tired of talking about Yellow's parents. She always felt her stomach twist whenever they were mentioned.
"I think it's best if you handle the funeral too. I can help if you'd like," she offered. As she felt Red scoot in closer to her, Blue felt warm and safe.
That'll really help," he replied. Blue looked down at her pocket and stared at the letter sticking out. When she got home, she would definitely read it.
"So what's your son's name?" she asked. Red shifted his head upward higher against Blue's neck, trying to position himself comfortably.
"He doesn't have one yet...I'm still trying to find the perfect name." he said. The pink haired lady from the receptionists desk was now approaching them. Blue looked up to see her coming towards them. She was a nurse who worked at Viridian Medical Center and Blue was in awe of her striking beauty. Blue ran her finger through her own brown hair, but then stopped as Red lifted his head from her shoulder.
"I'm sorry, but visitor hours for today are almost over." she said. Blue nodded and she and Red stood up stiffly.
"Thank you Nurse Joy," Blue said. Red stepped up towards her.
"Nurse Joy, you'll take good care of the baby, right?" he asked eagerly. Blue softened her gaze on Red, feeling extremely sympathetic. She nodded.
"He'll be perfectly fine. The CNM here is very caring and great with newborns." Nurse Joy smiled. Blue and Red waved goodbye to her as they walked towards the doorway. Red turned his head back as he swung the door open, staring across the hall and then tucking his head down as he looked back forward and disappeared through the exit. As Blue grabbed the handle, she turned around to Nurse Joy.
"Thank you for helping out with this, really," she said. Nurse Joy closed her eyes, smiling serenely.
"Don't mention it, I'm truly sorry about your loss." she frowned. Blue closed her eyes and waved goodbye,
walking out into the dingy night. As she inhaled the muggy air and walked along the black road, she could tell it had stopped
raining just a little while ago. She looked around for Red's car hopefully but didn't see the familiar scion. She sighed in
disappointment as she walked towards her own piece of junk.
As Blue's low tops sunk through the puddles, she took out her keys from her pocket and heard the click of the
driver seat door open. She was now walking more slower, noticing a long chunk of maroon paint peeling off of the bumper. Her
fingers curled around the large piece and she ripped it off, revealing the daft silver metal beneath. She hurled the piece backwards
with all the force she had in her hand and didn't even look back to see where it had landed. Blue had ripped the paint. Just as
Yellow had been ripped away. Blue sniffed loudly as she opened the beat up door and slid onto the saggy, cleaved seats of her
tercel. The door slowly closed beside her, creating an eerie creaking sound that pierced at her ears. God, I wish I had money to
fix this damned car... she thought to herself as she jammed the keys into the ignition and sat back as it slowly came on, turning
on her low beam and pushed the shifting gear into reverse, pulling back to forward and heading into the highway. She felt her
phone vibrate again, but she didn't even bother reaching into her pocket. She knew right away it was Sabrina calling. Blue sighed,
wishing she would be cooler like older sisters should be. Or at least, older half-sisters. She slowly turned on the radio station,
probably one of the only good things her car had to serve. As the slow music came on and eased into her ears, she felt her
troubles melt away as she drove on.
It was now twelve forty-five as Blue's shoddy car scooted into a wide parking lot that was patched with cars.
She drove past the large welcoming sign that read 'Viridian Local Apartments' in bronze letters with bunches of roses and azaleas
planted at the foot of it and a large amount of decorative leaves loosely dropped onto the top of the orange brick border. Blue
quickly made a u-turn around one of the pearl-colored stucco apartment buildings, reaching the other side and quickly pulling into a
free parking space. She flicked her eyes over to her left to see a black ninety-six impala a space down from hers. Blue recognized
this to be Sabrina's car which sped her up a little as she quickly parked it and swiped the keys out of the ignition. She opened the
car door silently, checking inside to see if she left anything inside and then closed it quietly when she was sure she hadn't left
The apartment building wasn't the most luxurious place to live, but it was okay. Long rows of windows traveled
across the big white building with orange casements, sills, and shutters. It had to wings on the left and right. Blue headed for the
stairs on the right wing and quickly climbed up, hurriedly walking to the door on the end. Each door was orange like the structure
surrounding the window. The hall was drafty and moist. Blue figured it was from the rain seeping in through the hall ceiling again,
but it wasn't that bad. At least water didn't penetrate the apartments.
Blue finally reached the end of the hall, going to the last door on the left and slowly taking out her car keys
again. Attached to the small ring was a doltish golden key. She dug it into the keyhole beneath the eroding doorknob and then
twisted it, grabbing ahold of the doorknob and letting herself in. She quickly lifted her hand from the rough knob and stared at her
slightly red hand. If we don't get a new doorknob soon, I'm gonna develop calluses on my hands... she thought to herself as
she stepped into hers and Sabrina's small residence. Blue wasn't surprised to see all of the lights on. She gazed on the left side of
the apart at the living room which was small, but cozy. There was an average sized, white leather couch that stood behind a tiny
coffee table. There were stacks of magazines on the table and a bouquet of fake pink roses. Underneath the table and couch
lastly was a green rug with unusual designs printed on it. On the right side of the apartment was the kitchen. The kitchen was also
mini, with gray corian counter tops and bright colored oak cabinets, drawers, and counters. There was a gas stove and a black over
and fridge to match the decor as well and various signs with cute kitchen puns or sayings. Blue was surprised to see that all of the
pots and pans were stashed away and that the sink was empty. Usually, the kitchen was a pigsty.
She closed the door behind her which made a creaking sound, similar to the one her car made and then heard quick footsteps approaching her.
"Thank God!" came an anxious, but cross exclamation. Blue stared ahead as she saw her sister, Sabrina
trudging over to her. She noticed that she hadn't changed after work and was probably too worried about her to even change out
of her business attire. Sabrina wore a gray pencil skirt that reached just below her knee with a matching gray blazer that opened
up to reveal a white blouse. Her dark hair was twisted into a long, but low ponytail that draped down her back and on her feet
were a pair of closed toed, black business heels. The only thing that struck Blue as ugly about her today was the look of
displeasure that flickered in her blue eyes, probably the only thing that made her bear a resemblance to Blue.
"Blue, where the hell have you been? Do you even know what time it is?" she berated. Blue furled her eyebrows in an angry stare. She didn't need this, and especially today.
"Does it matter? So I was out late for one damn night, big deal!" she fought back. Blue hung her keys on the small key holder that was nailed up next to the door. and then plucked her shoes off, peeling off her ankle socks as well and stuffing them into her low tops. She dropped her shoes onto the shoe rack and headed towards the sink.
"Don't walk away from this! As your guardian, I need to know where you are, and that you're safe!" she folded her arms as she followed Blue into the kitchen. Blue ignored her sister's complaints as she lifted the small handle on the sink faucet and immersed her hands in the chilly water.
"Let me guess, you were at Silver's, weren't you?" she leaned against the counter and glared at her.
"No!" Blue whipped around at the mention of Silver's name.
"Where were you tonight, Blue?" Sabrina demanded. Blue hesitated. Sabrina had loved Yellow. She couldn't bring herself to tell her about what had happened, at least not now.
"Nowhere important..." she murmured. Sabrina narrowed her eyes.
"Nowhere important, huh? Bull s***! You see, I knew I couldn't trust you! You're just like every other teenage girl out there!" she chided. Blue closed her eyes in frustration and then started towards the short hall towards her room.
"I can't trust you, for all I know, you could be screwing around with a bunch--"
"I was at the ****ing hospital, okay? Yellow is dead Sabrina! She's ****ing dead, you happy now?" Blue screamed, finally losing her temper. Sabrina stopped talking immediately and her mouth was left hanging open. Blue's bit her lip, her eyes watering a little.
"What? W-what happened...?" Sabrina asked as she pulled a chair from the table and shakily sat down. Her eyes were wide. Blue wiped her nose.
"She lost too much blood while giving birth to her son and died a few hours after he was born..." she said. The yelling had stopped and now there was just an awkward silence which pierced Blue's heart even more. She sniffed very loudly and then turned around.
"I gotta go to bed now..." she whispered and then headed into her room. Sabrina still sat in her chair silently and slowly lowered her eyes onto her hands.
Blue busted into her room and shut the door behind her. She switched the light to her room on and they lit up,
illuminating her petite room. There was a small desk with a tiny black desk lamp who's cord hung loose from the top and the door
to her closet stood right next to it. There were some papers scattered around on the desk, but they were only homework
assignments from when she had school. Across from the desk was a medium sized shelf with only a few books tucked into the
shelves. Lastly, there was a saggy looking mattress with a blue plaid bedding and two plain blue matching pillows. Blue slumped
over to her bed and fell onto it, bouncing slightly with the bed as she did. She then flopped down on her back and felt her tears fall
back into her head. What was her life now? Her best friend was dead, her sister was always leery towards her and then there was
Silver, her boyfriend. Blue sat up, sinking into the pillow on the right and pulling the one on the left towards her. She hugged it to
her torso and then stuffed her head in it. I need you back Yellow, she thought I need you...
Oh, I hope that was good! I'm sorry if I sound a little corny >.<. Thank you all for reading!