Atomic Betty Porn Story: Dear Door Chapter 1

Atomic Betty Porn Story: Dear Door Chapter 1

Summary: Noah spends more time with a door than Betty and when she arrives she’s caught in a lie. One shot, includes a poem.

Noah’s point of View

They say that when you’re with the one you love the world looks different. They say you see things that you never noticed before but for me it’s the other way around. I never noticed this little scratch at the bottom of Betty’s door before. I guess maybe I never had so much time on my hands that I notice such small details. I have nothing better to do while I wait in front of her house so I pass the time looking at the door, staring at it. I’ve spent a lot of time staring at this door usually from the inside but it’s such a nice sunny day today I decided to wait outside.

I wonder where you got that scratch dear door, my only companion. Was it Purrsey? Did he do this to you? The scratch is about the right size to have come from a cat. Poor, poor door… Okay this is getting weird. I really need to occupy my mind before I go insane. Why is it that she always goes off to an unknown place? Where does she go anyway? I’ve tried searching but never find her. Does she just disappear into thin air then magically reappears later?

The sun is starting to slowly fade away and dark clouds are covering the sky. It looks like the nice sunny day is gone and it might start to rain soon. I wonder if Betty’s mother remembers I’m out here or if she forgot or thinks I went home already after all it’s been hours. You know Betty doesn’t want to be with me don’t you door? I wish someone would come and talk to me then I wouldn’t have to sit here mentally talking to Betty’s door. I think I’ll get up and go for a walk to stretch my legs. I don’t care if I get caught in the rain, a cold can’t possibly make things worse when I’m feeling as bad as I humanly can.

Then again forget the walk, I’m going home. It might not make a difference to Betty if she remembers our plans or not. It might not make a difference to Betty is she’s one hour late or five hours late or doesn’t show up at all. But if I’m going to wait for her to care I might as well drop dead here and now. I’m going home. I’ve made many sacrifices for her, grades, possible friends, family reunions; more things than I can count. Plus I have gotten a few colds waiting in the rain outside the movie theater, beside the bus stop, in the park, all over Moose Jaw Heights.

Dear door.
This is such a bore.
Where did she go?
Waiting is not my chore.

Dear door.
I’m in love to the core.
So I sit on the floor.
Waiting for her to show.

Dear door.
What is it I wait for?
The rain stars to pour.
Thunder starts to roar.

Dear door.
Nobody’s keeping score.
But I’m washed up on the shore.
Waiting is such a snore.

Dear door.
Now I’m wet and I’m sore.
I thought she’s be here for sure.
“I won’t be late” she swore.

Dear door.
My heart to pieces she tore.
I’ve forgotten the smile I wore.
When I thought my hearts was yours.

Dear door.
I thought “it’s her I adore.
But that was before.
Now it feels like we’re at war.

Dear door.
Another place I must explore.
From now on I will ignore.
Our friendship won’t be restored.

Dear door.
I’ve been waiting for so long.
Dear door.
I can’t take it anymore.

Betty’s Point of View

I’m late again and this time we were supposed to meet in my own house! I hope Noah’s still there. I’m beamed down to my room and go check the living room where he usually waits. Finally I see him outside; he just started to walk away. “Noah!” I call out opening the front door.

He heads back and just stands there in the rain even if I already stepped aside for him to come in. “I can’t believe you” He says upset. I don’t think he’s ever been this angry at me before. “What is this some kind of game you’re playing with me for your own amusement?” I’m surprised by his words, I’ve left him waiting before but he has never been this upset. “Hiding in your room while I’m waiting outside in the rain? Your mother said you weren’t home, did she think you were out or did you convince her to help you?”

Then the reality sinks in. I was beamed down to my room and came looking for him in a hurry. I can’t really tell him I used the back door, that wouldn’t explain why I’m not wet. “I just arrived and went to change into dry clothes” I lie hoping he will believe it.

“How did you enter the house? Did you use a window?” He asks suspiciously.

“I used he back door, you know there is one” I say a little too quickly without giving it too much thought.

My answer only makes him angrier. “That’s impossible because before I came to sit outside your mother tried to keep me entertained, she talked about random things and mentioned that the back door’s lock was broken and the door was stuck”

“It’s fixed now” I quickly say. It’s not like I can’t distract him for a second then blast off the lock with a small laser my bracelet comes equipped with.

At the very moment my mother walks by and the disaster takes a turn for the worse. “Betty you’re home, well don’t just stand there you two come in before you catch a cold! Did I tell you the back door is stuck? I was hoping your father could fix it but he won’t b back from his business trip for a few days so maybe you can take a look at it after you’re done working with Noah. I tried to get it to open but couldn’t, maybe you’ll have a better idea”

The glare Noah directed at me was worse then how most super villains look at me. He never glares at anyone, not even Pennelope. “Sorry, I have to go” He left, he just left running in the rain. I can’t really blame my mother, she didn’t know what was going on but that’s just it when your life has a secret this big and you can’t tell anyone then there’s no one there to back you up and it’s not like I can call Granny every time something like this happens.

“Betty close the door” My mother said gently removing my hand from the door knob and closing it. “It’s alright you two can work on that project later, you don’t have to stare at the door as if you just saw a ghost” The sound of the rain grows weaker and the last few raindrops fall. “Let’s go take a look at that back door now” My mother guides me to the back door and I quietly follow. I want to fix things with Noah, I don’t want to loose him like I lost Dylan but I can’t go after him now. What will I say?

When I face him I need to have a very good explanation, or rather a very good excuse. I wonder how Granny managed to have a relationship while being a Galactic Guardian. Noah and I have never been on a real date, we’ve always gone as friends and I’m not even sure I can keep a friendship let alone more. I’ll have to talk to her about this because I’ll need a lot of advice.

The End

Notes: Another one shot poem fic. This one has a sad cliffhangerish ending; the rest is up to the reader.

Disclaimer: I do not own Atomic Betty.

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