A/N: Sorry it's taken so long for an update.. Summer courses in college are killer...especially when it's Chemistry. Okay.. so this is technically a part of my entire story but it deals with Jason and how he's seeing things as Angel deals with his death... Okay...that's basically it...I'll try to update my other story really soon.. Promise...Don't forget to review. Thanks.

And love is all that I need

And I found it there in your heart

It isn't too hard to see

We're in Heaven..

-"Heaven" by Bryan Adam

Jason's Point of View:

I stand still beside her as she waits at the crossroad. People swarm around like ants infesting a picnic.

Yet no one seems to notice her.

Hell, she doesn't even notice me anymore.

But I still notice her.

I still remember the way her kisses tasted.

The way her touch would make me feel as if I was on fire.

But with all the things I do remember, I still notice the differences that have occurred since my death.

Her hair is lighter than I remember it being. The dark black-brown lightened from her exposure in the sun while with my family. She's thinner than before and that scares me. I know she's sick. I know she barely eats and with that my worry seems to increase.

I reach out and touch her hand, moving closer to embrace her slender form. She shivers as a comforting breeze holds her for a moment, and then vanishes as I step away to cross the street with her.

I notice the lone tear run down her cheek and sigh.

Even will all this, no one notices her.

She does not notice me walking beside her. I wish I could lift the heavy load of her messenger bag filled with her many medical books. I hate seeing her wear herself down as if she doesn't have a reason to live anymore.

A block whizzes by, I see more greens and golden colors reflecting in the light of her eyes and a multitude of reds, browns, and hints of black in the folds of her hair.

I remember being in love with her. I remember the night we slept under the stars in each other's arms.

And as I begin to remember, she does too.

Two more blocks go by as we relive the final days we spent together, before heaven separated us.

Finally, she is standing in front of an old brick apartment building. Although old, it still holds some charm and reminds me of the vine-covered house my cousins and I were building in South Dakota. The town we would love each other in forever. The place I had died in.

Upon entering, I follow her to the fifth floor in which she enters her small apartment and is greeted by Binx, her small black kitten. He licks at her heels and looks up as if feeling the burden of my soul on her.

With a soft sigh her voice murmurs, "A year ago…"

She leaves Binx in the living room to go to her room. It is far different from the apartment in which we had relaxed in on rainy afternoons. Where we would rest on her bed and hold each other, books surrounding us. In this new room there are photographs on the wall, all in black and white. It is painted a light gray with a bold black outline reaching around the entire room.

Her furniture is all black- the same furniture that I had had in my own apartment before my death. I perch upon the desk as she sits down and slowly pulls out her books and pens. I watch her turn on her iPod and watch her hesitate when the slow love song starts to play.

It just so happens to be the last song I ever sang to her as she slept.

I lean down to whisper in her ear, "I love you, Angel. I will never stop loving you. Even here, in death."

Her head moves up and looks at me with two sad eyes, her brown hair falling down towards her shoulders. Only, she doesn't see me. She sees past me, to the bedroom, which she has hidden in for a year. For an entire year, I have not been able to comfort her as she cries herself to sleep. For an entire year, she has simply seen through me as I follow her throughout her day.

She will never see me again.

She will simply continue to see straight through me and simply wipe her tears away when she realizes I am not there.

She sits like that for only a second before she sighs once more and moves to get some clothes to change into. She goes back to her bed and changes out of her clothes, into a tight tank top and a pair of my boxers before crawling into bed to cry.

I sit down next to her, resting me hand against her cheek, stroking away her tears as I listen to our song play in the background on repeat.


Oh- thinking about all our younger years

There was only you and me

We were young and wild and free

Now nothing can take you away from me

We've been down that road before

But that's over now

You keep me comin' back from more

Baby you're all that I want

When you're lying here in my arms

I'm finding it hard to believe

We're in Heaven

And love is all that I need

And I found it there in your heart

It isn't too hard to see

We're in Heaven

Oh-once in your life we find someone

Who will turn your world around

Bring you up when you're feeling down

Yeah-nothing could change what you mean to me

Oh there's lots that I could say

But just hold me now

Cause our love will light the way

And baby you're all that I want

When you're lying here in my arms

I'm finding it hard to believe

We're in Heaven

Yeah- And love is all that I need

And I found it there in your heart

It isn't too hard to see

We're in Heaven

I've been waiting for so long

For something to arrive

For love to come along

Now our dreams are coming true

Through the good times and the bad

Yeah- I'll be standing there by you

And baby you're all that I want

When you're lying here in my arms

I'm finding it hard to believe

We're in Heaven

And love is all that I need

And I found it there in your heart

It isn't too hard to see

We're in Heaven