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Here without You (Kalijah)

A hundred days have made me older

Since the last time I saw your pretty face

A thousand lies have made me colder

And I don’t think I can look at this the same

But all the miles that separate

Disappear now when I’m dreaming of your face

I’m here without you, baby

But you’re still on my lonely mind

I think about you, baby

And I dream about you all the time

I’m here without you, baby

But you’re still with me in my dreams

And tonight it’s only you and me, yeah

        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Elijah Mikaelson stood on the balcony that connected to his room, a bottle of Bourbon in hand, having just heard of Katerina’s death from Niklaus after an argument with him. He normally didn’t drink like this, but tonight was an exception. He had lost the love of his life and Niklaus hadn’t informed him for eight months. He was furious with him and had given up. Because of her death, he was shattered and now had become like Klaus. The one who drank his sorrows away. After all, it was better than being a monster.

The miles just keep rollin’

As the people leave their way to say hello

I’ve heard this life is overrated

But I hope that is gets better as we go, oh, yeah, yeah

I’m here without you, baby

But you’re still on my lonely mind

I think about you, baby

And I dream about you all the time

I’m here without you, baby

But you’re still with me in my dreams

And tonight, girl, it’s only you and me

Everything I know, and anywhere I go

It gets hard but it won’t take away my love

        As he stood there silently, sorrow overwhelming him, his heart broken, Katherine’s ghost appeared beside him. It broke her heart to see him this way. She wanted so much to hug and comfort him.

        She rested a gentle hand on the left side of his face and gave a small smile, finally able to see and touch him. She didn’t like how he looked, though.

        He felt a touch on his cheek, but didn’t move, savoring the touch.

        “Katerina,” he greeted, knowing that touch had to be her.

        “It’s me,” she assured him, though she knew he couldn’t hear or see her. He could only feel her.

        She took her hand away and gave him a kiss.

        “We’ll be together again very soon. I promise,” she said, before disappearing.

        He gave a smile, realizing she still loved him. Even death couldn’t take away her love nor his. Even after he had broken up with her the way he did, she still deeply and unconditionally loved him with all of her heart. It amazed him that she could love him even after what he had all done.

I’m here without you, baby

But you’re still on my lonely mind

I think about you, baby

And I dream about you all the time

I’m here without you, baby

But you’re still with me in my dreams

And tonight, girl, it’s only you and me

        That night he dreamt of Katerina, as he tried to have some semi-good dreams. It was all about he and Katerina from the past, as well as her informing him that she’s alright.

I’m here without you, baby

But you’re still on my mind

I think about you, baby

And I dream about you all the time

I’m here without you, baby

But you’re still with me in my dreams

And tonight, girl, it’s only you and me

        A few weeks later, after a spell was found to bring her back, Elijah had Davina bring her back. Davina did as she was asked, because she knew what it was like to lose someone you love because of Klaus and such. Mostly Klaus.

        That night, after she was brought back and had been properly clothed and fed, she and Elijah met in his room.

        She closed the door behind herself and they had the best time of their lives after 500 years.
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Let Me In (Kalijah)

        It was a beautiful day in New Orleans, as Katherine Pierce sat in the bar on a bar stool, drinking a shot glass of Bourbon, not having a care in the world. Her humanity was off and it felt great not to feel anything. Abandoning her emotions meant that she didn’t have to feel the pain of Nadia’s death.

        A guy came up to her, just as she finished her shot glass.

        “What’s a pretty girl like you doing in a place like this?”

        “The same as everyone else around here. Sort of,” she replied, as she looked at him.

        “Why don’t you and I go somewhere private?” he suggested.

        “Not interested. Now go away,” she said without emotion, sounding bored.

        He put an arm around her, which was a bad idea, because she pushed him off and got to her feet.

        They faced each other and he attacked her.

        She fought back and they ended up on the floor, as a crowd of his friends gathered around and cheered, in a tussle of enemies. He was a werewolf, after all. She kicked him off and he got back on his feet, standing over her for a couple minutes, before leaving with his friends.

        She layed there in silent agony and wished, for once since she’d turned it off, that Elijah would come to her rescue, knowing she was weak from being bitten.

        When Elijah entered the empty bar for a drink, it was quite early the next day and it was still dark outside.

        He stopped at the entrance, seeing his ex, shocked for a moment, before recovering a moment later.


        He was instantly knelt at her side where she lay on her back on the floor, eyes closed, pale and sweaty. He could tell that she didn’t have much time left.

        He rested gentle hands on either side of her head, as he looked down at her.

        “Katerina,” he said, hoping to wake her, but she didn’t.

        He gently pulled her into his arms and got to his feet.

        As he blurred home with her in his arms, he listened to her shallow breathing with vamp hearing.

        “Stay with me, Katerina,” he begged, but wasn’t sure if she could hear him or not.

        Once home, he entered the parlor and gently layed her down on the couch.

        “Niklaus!” he called.

        Klaus came from upstairs.

        “What is so important enough that you have to call upon me?”

        He entered the parlor and saw his former doppelganger.

        “You want me to cure her,” he stated.

        “Yes, brother. I do.”

        “And why should I? She’s the bane of my existence.”

        “Because I care about her. You have taken every happiness I ever had. Don’t refuse to help her. Cure her and I’ll keep her in line at the best of my abilities.”

        Klaus growled, before going to the couch to cure her, just as purple veins began to show on her skin.

        Elijah watched, as he cured her.

        When she was cured, Klaus left the parlor.

        Elijah sat on the corner of the couch and waited for her to awaken, but when she did, he noticed a change in her. That made him realize that she’d turned it off.

        He got to his feet, as she sat up.

        “Now that I’m cured, am I free to go? I have things to do, and they don’t involve your or your family.”

        “And where will you go? You don’t have anywhere to go, Katerina, and you’ve clearly turned off your humanity. Let me help you.”

        “If you wanted to help me, you would’ve been there for me in my time of need,” she growled.

        He gave her a confused look.

        “I didn’t know you needed me. You didn’t call or come to me. How was I to know that I was needed elsewhere?”

        “You should’ve been there.”

        She told him everything, as she looked at him.

        When she had finished, everything came to the surface and he comforted her, wrapping his arms around her and letting her cry into his shoulder.

        In the end, they got back together and Klaus let them be.
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Thousand Years (Kalijah)

Heart beats fast

Colors and promises

How to be brave

How can I love when I’m afraid to fall?

But watching you stand alone

All of my doubt

Suddenly goes away somehow

        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Katherine walked, needing help after Damon had broken his promise to her to protect her from Silas, heading for the Mikaelson compound. Despite the fact that Elijah had broken up with her so he could follow and help Klaus here, choosing family over love again, she didn’t have any doubt about whether he would help or not. She knew that he would do everything in his power to save her life, no matter the cost.

One step closer

I have died everyday

Waiting for you

Darling don’t be afraid

I have loved you for a

Thousand years

I’ll love you for a

Thousand more

        Once at the door, she knocked, hoping it wouldn’t be Klaus who would answer it. Elijah would always love her for eternity, but Klaus had no love for her. He would rather see her dead. She knew it was because he held 500 years of hatred and vengeance against her for succeeding in escaping from him and being able to always stay one step or more ahead of him. Something others had failed to do in previous years before herself. She didn’t blame him because, just as she had admitted once, she and Klaus were the same. They were both great at vengeance, torture, grudges, surviving, and killing. More so than that, they were afraid of ending up alone.

        A few minutes later, there stood her love of 500 years. Elijah Mikaelson.

        “Katerina?” he questioned, surprised to see her human.

        “Elijah,” she greeted, before informing him, “I need your help. I screwed up. I’m human now. I need protection and I need a witch. I’m dying of old age.”

        They were both silent, but he did step aside to let her in. No matter what, he still loved her and would never wish death upon his Katerina, no matter what name she was going by these days or how much she had changed.

Time stands still

Beauty in all she is

I will be brave

I will not let anything take away

What’s standing in front of me

Every breath

Every hour has come to this

One step closer

I have died everyday

Waiting for you

Darling don’t be afraid

I have loved you for a

Thousand years

I’ll love you for a

Thousand more

All along I believed

I would find you

Time has brought you to me

        When he had closed the door, he finally spoke.

        “How did this happen?” he questioned, but figured it had something to do with the cure for vampirism. It was the only thing he knew that could make her human again and more.

        “I was angry and upset that you left and I thought Elena had said something to you that made you leave, so I took it out on her and tried to kill her and she shoved the cure down my throat. Now I’m human and dying of old age at a rapid pace. Time is catching up with me,” she truthfully summarized.

        He gave a sigh, realizing why she had said that she had screwed up. He still didn’t want her to die, though. It would break him into a million pieces if she died.

        “We can go see Davina Claire tomorrow and see if it can be reversed. Tonight you can sleep where you wish,” he said to her.

        “Thank you, Elijah,” she said.

        “You’re welcome, Katerina.”

I have loved you for a

Thousand years

I’ll love you for a

Thousand more

One step closer

One step closer

All along I believed

I would find you

Time has brought you to me

I have died everyday

Waiting for you

Darling don’t be afraid

I have loved you for a

Thousand years

I’ll love you for a

Thousand more

        The next day, they did as Elijah said they would and the teenage witch said she would see what she could find out. So they left to go back to the compound.

        A few nights later, on her way down the stairs, she had a heart attack. Luckily, Elijah came upon her in time and Davina used some magic, which saved her life. A lot like Genevieve did to save Hayley and Hope’s lives.

        In the end, they found a magical way to reverse the aging and though she couldn’t become a vampire again, she lived, which Elijah was more than happy about. She and Elijah even got back together.
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Love Conquers

        It was a dark night, as Katherine Pierce arrived in New Orleans. She had recently been dying of old age, but had found a way to turn back into a vampiress. Now she was a new vampires, arriving in New Orleans to try and win Elijah Mikaelson back. A year ago, he had broken up with her, before leaving to go help Klaus with a witch. 

        Shortly after, Rebekah had left. She was more than happy to be a vampire again, but she wasn’t 500 years old anymore. She was a newborn. Also, a year ago, she had lost her daughter forever. She hated herself for not asking for the cure, because she couldn’t show her New Orleans. 

        Half an hour later, she stood in front of the compound and knocked. 

        A moment later, Elijah Mikaelson opened the door. 

        “Katerina?” he questioned her. 

        “Elijah. It’s been a while. May I come in?”

        “Most certainly, but what are you doing here? This isn’t the best of times.” 

        She walked inside and he closed the door. 

        She looked at him. 

        “I came to win you back, but I also came to help you. I heard what happened and I want to help.”

        “Very well then. You may stay, but be civil. Niklaus and Hayley aren’t in the best place right now. Hayley’s killing vampires every night and my brother’s in a dark place right now.” 

        “I promise I’ll behave myself.”

        She headed upstairs to go find a guest bedroom to stay in.

        Elijah watched her go.

        The next day, she left the house to explore New Orleans on her own, while Elijah dealt with his brother and Hayley. He had filled her in on everything and she couldn’t help but sympathize with Klaus and Hayley. No wonder they were out of character. They just lost their daughter. 

        That night, on her way back, she was ambushed. She tried to overpower them, but she was a new vampire now. She didn’t stand a chance, no matter how much she fought. Then everything went black for her. 

        When she woke up, it was daylight and her Daylight ring was on the table beside the big window. She was tied to a chair with vervain ropes, which made her skin burn, smoke coming from her burnt skin. It hurt like hell, but she told herself that even though she was a young vampire again, she was still Katherine Pierce. Whatever those vampires wanted, they’d never get. She wasn’t one to give information out freely unless she felt generous or they were friends or someone she loved. Like Elijah or Caroline. 

        A guy walked into the room. 

        “Good morning. I’m Marcel. I just want to know who you are and why you’ve suddenly come to New Orleans.”

        “I’m not telling you anything, Marcel, so you might want to let me go.”

        “What’s your name?” he inquired. 

        “Go to hell. You want info? Ask the Originals and leave me out of it.”

        “No can do.”

        She screamed in excruciating pain, when vervain was thrown on her. She growled with hatred towards Marcel. 

        Several hours later, the vamps by the door were killed with their hearts ripped out of their chests and Marcel saw Elijah. 

        “You have something of mine. I need her back. Leave now and no harm will come to you.”


        “Very well then.”

        At vamp speed, Marcel was temporarily killed, when Elijah snapped his neck. 
        A moment later, the Original was in front of Katerina who had burnt skin all over, head down, eyes closed, and smoke still coming from the ropes. Wounds were all over her and she looked beyond weak and was very pale. Ignoring the pain from the ropes, he snapped them off her wrists, legs, and middle. He then gently put her Daylight ring back on her finger and gently picked her up in his arms, before vanishing. 

        Once in his room, he gently layed her down on his bed. He then sat on her bedside and bit his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to save and heal her. 

        After a few minutes, her wounds and his wrist healed once he took it away. 
        He put his hand in hers and rested a gentle hand on the left side of her face. 
        “I’m so sorry, Katerina. Forgive me. I should have been looking out for you.” 
        He looked down at her and waited for her to come to. 

        When she came to, she was on Elijah’s bed with him seated on her bedside, hand in hers, which made her realize that he had saved her from Marcel’s torture. 

        “Thank you,” she said, looking up at him. 

        “You’re welcome, Katerina. Forgive me. I should’ve made sure you weren’t in danger.”

        “It’s okay. It’s not your fault. I was the one spending a whole day in New Orleans. So, where’s Hayley? I did say I wanted to help.”

        “She’s out on a killing spree again.”

        “I’m going to go find her and help her. Don’t worry. I’ll be careful.”

        She got to her feet as did he and he helped her to her feet. 

        “Don’t be gone too long,” he said. 

        “I promise I’ll be back by sunrise if not sooner.”

        She kissed him on the cheek, before leaving.

        Half an hour later, she found the new hybrid. Bodies of vampires surrounded her. She reminded the vampiress of Elena when her humanity had been off. 

        She came into view and Hayley gave a growl. 


        “Before you do anything you’ll regret, I came to help you both. I heard. I know how it feels to get your daughter taken from you one way or another, but you don’t need to go on a feast, killing vampires because of it. Even if they do deserve it. In 1490, Nadia was torn from my arms by my father just moments after she was born for being Illegitimate. I never saw her again until a year ago. Then she was taken from me for the last time when Tyler bit her. I felt so helpless, watching Nadia die, but I was scared of Klaus; too scared to ask him for the cure.” 

        Hayley realized she was telling the truth. 

        “You think you can help me?”

        “Both of you. Yes. The pain never goes away, but there are less violent ways to get it out of your system.” 

        Half an hour later, they had arrived back at the compound. 

        Hayley went to her room, while Kat located Klaus.

        Kat soon found Klaus in his room painting. 

        “Klaus?” she called to him, as she walked into the room. 

        “Katerina. What an unpleasant surprise,” he said, looking at her, as she walked in. 
        “I came to help you,” she informed him. “I know how much you hate me, Klaus, but I want to help you. I heard what happened. Let me help you. Please.”

        “Why would I let you help me? You are the bane of my existence.”

        “Because you need my help. I know you don’t want to admit that you need help or that you’re hurt one way or another, but I know what you’re going through. I once had a daughter too, but you never knew it because I didn’t want anyone to know about her, since it was such a painful time. She was torn from my arms just moments before I was born, because she was illegitimate. My father took her from my arms and I never got to see her. I don’t want that same thing to happen to anyone else. I’m sorry that you had to send her away with Rebekah. It’s painful losing your own child.”

        “You had a daughter?” he questioned her. 

        “Yes. Nadia Petrova back in 1490 in Bulgaria before I even met you and Elijah. She found me a year ago, though. We rekindled our mother-daughter relationship, but Tyler bit her and I was too scared of what your answer would be to ask you to cure her. I had to watch her die, because I was too afraid of what you would do.”

        “I’m sorry for your loss. You’ve suffered enough throughout the centuries.”

        “Yes. Now you know what it’s like to lose your daughter, though I would never wish it upon anyone; not even you yourself.”

        “Tell me then, Katerina. How do you cope with it? Live with it?”

        “By taking one step at a time. It gets better as time goes on.”

        Later that night, Kat joined Elijah in their room. By now, they had decided to finally get back together, no matter what Klaus would say. So, Kat had succeeded in winning him back in the end. She was happy now, because of it. So, right now, they were on his bed having the time of their lives. Something they hadn’t had in centuries.
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It Only Hurts If I Let It In (Kalijah)

        It was a dark night in New Orleans as Katherine Pierce fed from a human guy viciously in an alley. She had no care in the world. She’d turned it off. She didn’t feel anything anymore. It felt great to her.

        She felt someone watching her, but she kept feeding.

        Elijah Mikaelson watched the girl feed who he’d been tracking down. It wasn’t hard due to the bodies she left in her wake.

        He stepped out of the shadows.

        “I think you’ve had quite enough,” he said nicely, but with warning in his voice.

        The female kept feeding and growled at him, so he through her off him enough so he wouldn’t hurt her and then compelled the human to forget everything that had happened and the human then left.

        When Elijah turned to face the girl who was on her feet, he was met with surprise. He was surprised that it was Katerina. She’d always kept a low profile, so he figured that, for some reason, she’d turned it off recently. He knew something drastic had happened to her for her to turn it off. He had to do something. He needed; wanted to help her. He owed her that much.

        She glared at him, unhappy at him.

        He slowly walked towards her. He knew she could be unpredictable with her humanity on, but he’d never seen her like this. He didn’t know what to expect from her.

        “Katerina,” he greeted.

        “I don’t want your help, Elijah,” she growled darkly at him.

        “I know. I’m sorry. Whatever happened, I should’ve been there.”

        “You never had a daughter, so you wouldn’t understand,” she growled.

        She went to leave at vamp speed, but he was faster and pinned her to a wall. He wasn’t letting her go so easy.

        “Not so fast, Katerina.”

        With vamp reflexes, he snapped her neck and then caught her from hitting the ground and picked her up in his arms.

        “I’m so sorry, Katerina.”

        A moment later, he vanished, heading home.

        “Elijah, what’s going on?” Hayley asked, seeing him with Katherine in his arms.

        “She’s the reason for the bodies. I don’t know why, but she’s abandoned her humanity. I’m going to get her to turn it back on,” he replied to the newly made hybrid, as he passed her and headed upstairs to his room. Then, once in his room, he gently layed her down in his bed.

        A moment later, she started to come to.

        “Tell me what happened. Let me help you. Just let me in. Just feel something; anything,” he said, before she could say anything.

        “Leave me alone,” she growled, this time snarling, almost vamping out at him.

        “I’m not leaving. Not again. I left you and found you like this. You’re my responsibility. I need you, Katerina.”

        “Get the hell away from me,” she growled. “You can’t force me to do anything.”

        “Maybe not with this approach, but maybe with another approach. I never wanted to hurt you. I’m sorry.”

        She growled at him.

        “You left. You didn’t care. Why now? You left me to die. I died in torment because of Damon and I never saw Nadia afterward. You didn’t even care to say goodbye. I waited for you to show up any minute and you never did. Then it was too late. Luckily, I found a way to turn back into a vampire, but Nadia’s death was too much for me. She was the only one in this world that didn’t second guess my intentions or hate me or despise me. For once I was loved unconditionally. I hope you’re happy with yourself,” she summarized in a growl.

        “Believe me when I tell you I didn’t know. Forgive me.”

        “Really? Because your brother sure knew. The only thing that kept him from watching me die was Caroline.”

        “I’m really sorry, Katerina.”

        He chained her to a wooden chair and had Hayley watch her, while he went to confront Klaus.

        Katherine glared at the new hybrid with dark eyes and growled, but Hayley ignored her actions.

        Klaus was painting in his room, when Elijah found him. Though he was angry, he kept it in.

        Elijah leaned against the door frame.

        “I’d like to know why you didn’t tell me about Katerina. You know how much I care about her.”

        “Because she would’ve distracted you from helping me get this city back to being ours. Besides, she was only human. I gather someone from Mystic Falls told you?”

        “Actually, Katerina did. She’s a vampire now and she’s turned it off. She’s responsible for the bodies. She needs help and I intend to do just that. But please. Do carry on.”

        With that, Elijah left Klaus’ room and headed back to his.

        Hayley and Elijah met in the hall.

        “I have an idea,” he told her. “You both lost a daughter. Not in the same way, but you can relate. Maybe you can get her to turn it back on.”

        “Are you sure it’ll work?” Hayley questioned.

        “A mother’s love is always the strongest,” he replied.

        “I’ll try,” Hayley said, before going into his room and sitting on the foot of Elijah’s bed, looking at Katherine, thinking of where to start. Elijah was right. This was good for them both. A mother’s love was the strongest.

        “I may not know what happened to your daughter, but I lost my daughter too. You’re not alone. She was pretty much torn from my arms,” Hayley began.

        This struck home with Katherine, remembering in 1490, when Nadia had been torn from her arms by her father. Losing Nadia for the second and final time had shattered her completely.

        After six months of not feeling anything, Katherine began to feel something. She didn’t even growl or glare at Hayley anymore. She just looked at her, feeling something familiar. Sorrow.

        “You’re not alone either. What happened?” Katherine replied.

        Hayley explained to her how the witches, apart from Davina, had tried to kill Hope, and that she had to send Hope away to Rebekah, because of the danger in New Orleans.

        “I’m sorry for your loss.”

        “Thanks. What happened to yours?” Hayley replied.

        Kat told her of Nadia. How she’d been torn from her arms in 1490. How she’d died in Mystic Falls because of Tyler and because of Klaus.

        “I’m sorry you had to go through that.”

        Hayley, hearing Katherine’s story, felt sorry for her. She knew what it was like to lose your daughter once, and it was unbearable for her. She couldn’t imagine losing her daughter twice.

        Elijah listened to them from where he was leaning against the door frame.

        Hayley got a call on her phone, so she left.

        Elijah walked in, closing the door behind himself, and went up to her, unchaining her from the chair.

        After six months, she actually felt the pain of losing Nadia. And as she let her humanity back in and sobbed for the loss of Nadia, Elijah was there for her. He knew that she needed him now more than ever.

        She wrapped her arms around his neck and cried into his shoulder.

        That night, after she had finished as they’d layed on his bed beside each other, and after she’d told him everything, she didn’t push him away, which meant that she had let him in again. That gave him hope that she could be saved from herself and that she trusted him, even after he’d left her.
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