Girl meets world fanfiction farkle hurt
Their ship name is Faya or Markle. Even if they are considered to be frenemies, Farkle used to have a crush on Maya, although she did not feel the same way and only considered him as a close friend. However, Farkle is later shown to be more friendly towards Maya as he isn't as affectionate as he used to be, and she now accepts his friendship openly same applies to him and Riley. Their relationship has a hilarious and touching dynamic to it and they have shown to be extremely protective of each other and care a lot about each other. In Girl Meets Farkle , she doesn't at first want to accept Farkle's suspicion of him having autism showing that she probably thinks of him as being a perfectly fine and normal guy which is sort of ironic considering all four of them Farkle, Lucas, Maya and Riley have learned that everyone has flaws. Farkle: I'm a bird to you?SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Girl Meets World - Girl Meets the Forgotten - Official Disney Channel Africa
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Farkle and Maya
I was hesitant whether to post this to not, but thanks to some persuasion from Xxxx4evaSummerxxxx, I'm posting it.
Farkle wrapped his sweater a bit tighter around his body as he continued to walk down the road. It had started to rain a few minutes prior, and the dampness in the air sent a chill down his spine.
He continued on his walk over a bridge and paused once he reached the center. A lot of turning points in his life seemed to involve a bridge somehow, whether it was a literal or a figurative one. A screeching sound reached his ears. He turned to see what it was, but only saw a flash of light before he went flying through the air.
Farkle's forehead crashed onto the slightly raised sidewalk, and the air was forced out of his lungs once he landed. He heard several cracks and snaps coming from his body. And then it happened. Farkle desperately wanted to cry out. He managed to let out a soft moan, but the pain was too great for him to yell anymore.
Something warm and sticky started to trickle down his face and into his vision. From what he could see, Farkle thought he saw someone crouching right beside him. He couldn't understand what the person was trying to tell him. All he wanted that person to do was to make the pain stop. The person faded from his vision, and Farkle felt his breath escape him as darkness fell around him. Farkle's eyes snapped open, his chest rapidly rising and falling. He ran a hand through his hair and looked at his surroundings.
He was at home, in his room, in his bed…not there. Farkle sat up and looked at the time. The little digital clock that sat beside his bed flashed ' am'. It had been over two months since the accident, and almost every night he relived the nightmare. Not his parents, not his friends at school…not even Maya knew about the nightmares. He didn't want to bother them over nothing. Farkle laid himself back on his bed and covered his face with hands.
For once he was glad it was summer. He didn't want to have to do anything, and the fact that he wasn't sleeping well made him all the happier there was no school work to be done. All he wanted was the nightmare to end. A soft buzzing brought Farkle out of unconsciousness. The sun was shining into his bedroom, and the birds were singing.
Farkle shifted his attention to the buzzing coming from his side table; it was his phone. He picked it up and smiled when he saw that it was a text from Maya. The one good thing that happened from that night was that they got together.
He figured it would have happened eventually, but he was glad it was sooner rather than later. Farkle looked at his clock. It was already in the morning. He hadn't realized that he slept so late…he didn't even realize he fell back asleep until the text message came in. He got up, headed into the bathroom, and looked in the mirror.
It didn't take a genius to realize that he hadn't gotten much sleep just by looking at his face. Dark circles were starting to form under his eyes, and instead of his face looking full of energy like usual, it looked drained. Farkle quickly got ready and headed out of the apartment. He was hoping that somehow Maya wouldn't notice how poorly he looked, but once he entered the little bake shop and made eye contact with her, her expression changed from happiness to worry.
Maya raised an eyebrow. Farkle didn't like it when she did that. It meant she knew there was something more. What's nothing? Maya thought. She wanted to pry more because she didn't like to see him hurting, but there was no use in getting him to try and tell her something when he doesn't want to. When he was ready to tell her, he would. They decided to head over to the park, but once they reached the bridge that led into the park, Farkle froze.
Maya looked at him. His eyes were wide, and his face was pale. I just realized that I have to go do something. I'll call you later, okay? Maya nodded as he placed a kiss on her forehead and turned in the opposite direction. She watched him as he was walking away. His pace was faster than usual, as if he was trying to get away from something. Maya glanced at the bridge in front of her.
She was rather puzzled to the fact of why Farkle would be nervous going into the park. Maya took the stairs up to the apartment two at a time, and entered the apartment, finding Lucas and Riley cuddling on the couch. Riley blushed slightly as she looked up at her best friend standing in the door way. Farkle with you? Maya walked in and sat down on the coffee table in front of Lucas and Riley.
He's actually who I want to talk to you about. Has he seemed a bit…I don't know, off to you recently? Lucas raised an eyebrow. We were going to earlier this week, but he said something came up. Maya crossed her arms. He said it was from physical therapy and school work, but now that both are over, he still looks like that every few days. I asked him if there was something wrong earlier, and he didn't really give me an answer. We were going to go for a walk in the park, but when we reached the bridge, he froze and said that he forgot he had to go do something.
When I looked back in his direction, his pace was a lot faster than his normal one, as if he was running away from something. I know something is wrong…I just can't place it. Maya nodded. Her eyes grew wide. She stood up and headed out of the apartment without saying another word to Lucas or Riley.
Maya stood at the end of the bridge. She walked along the sidewalk, and once she reached the center of the bridge, she crouched down closer to the pavement. Large, faded dark spots were splattered across the cement by her feet. Maya's eyes began to fill with tears. All she had been told was that he was hit on a bridge. She didn't realize it was this bridge. The same bridge that he found her under all those years ago. I know it must be hard coming here, but why did you run from it?
I'm here for you; it shouldn't be that hard, would it? What aren't you telling me? What haven't you told me? She stood back up and let out a breath. There was one thing she knew for sure. Maya was going to find out what was wrong with him. She turned on her heel and headed to Farkle's apartment. Maya stood in front of Farkle's apartment door. The last time she was here, she was helping him home from the hospital, about two weeks after the accident. Minkus opened the door to the apartment as Maya helped Farkle inside to the couch.
Farkle was glad to be home. After two weeks of doctors buzzing around his bed, he was ready to enjoy the silence. Unfortunately, he still had to go back for physical therapy. If he had a choice, Farkle wouldn't go back, but at least for physical therapy doctors wouldn't be around him constantly.
I was hesitant whether to post this to not, but thanks to some persuasion from Xxxx4evaSummerxxxx, I'm posting it. Farkle wrapped his sweater a bit tighter around his body as he continued to walk down the road. It had started to rain a few minutes prior, and the dampness in the air sent a chill down his spine. He continued on his walk over a bridge and paused once he reached the center. A lot of turning points in his life seemed to involve a bridge somehow, whether it was a literal or a figurative one.
Farkle walks outside to find Lucas sitting in Pappy Joes rocking chair Farkle wasn't sure what just happened in the living room. All he knew was that his best friend was hurting…all at the hands of his other best friend. Times like these, Farkle wishes he knew more about emotions. He's not used to feeling helpless but once Lucas storms from the house.
This will follow Farkle's journey in an abusive home from episode one to the time where his friends find out they will find out, but I'm not going to tell you when. Farkle really does have Aspergers. It doesn't play a big part until the episode Girl Meets Farkle, but you will see symptoms of it throughout the reading. But that didn't mean he always liked them, nor did that mean his parents-his mother, in particular- always loved him. The abuse had been going on for as long as he could remember, and the neglect probably started long before that. It started with his mother shaking him as a baby; it was a miracle he hadn't experienced brain damage or shaken baby syndrome. Then, it became a few smacks as a toddler; when he was six or seven, it became beating, and around age ten, his mother spiraled completely out of control. At least before then she could stop herself before she caused any real damage; after age ten, Farkle didn't have the luxury of knowing his mother had enough self control to keep him out of the hospital. Farkle didn't know if his dad knew about all of this, but he had his own problems to worry about.
Hullooo lovelies! So, this is my first ever GMW story, so please review and tell me how I can do better! This was inspired by, but has no relation to, Girl Meets Money! The morning shown down into Farkle's room, via his planetarium roof.
It was a typical night after school were gathered to do their homework well everyone except for Lucas who was always late , and Farkle who was usually right next to his girlfriend Riley making the other two gag. Riley was tapping her pencil on her notepad her eyes fixed on the door of Topanga's her worried face on. Maya patted Riley's hand trying to make her at least smile"Don't worry so much pumpkin it will give you wrinkles. Riley sighed softly focusing on Maya still fiddling with her pencil "I usually don't , but he has been off for a few days.
Farkle spent the entire walk home thinking about what he had done. Guilt is a funny thing. You never feel it when you're doing the thing that is wrong. You sometimes don't even feel it til hours, days, months later, but his guilt came quick.
Images are playing on the screen in front of them. It is cool in the tent, the air conditioning is on full blast and it's busy, but it's not packed full. However it doesn't cool Maya's temper. Lucas scoffs. He's dressed and ready and has been regretting every decision in his life leading up to this moment. He's confused.
Well the Tribal Council has spoken. I have never had so many favorites and reviews happen so quickly. Thanks to you all, I am doing more with this story! The first chapter is a retooling of "Parent Meets Teacher" with more chapters added. Disclaimer: These characters do not belong to me. They belong to Michael Jacobs and Disney. While the first two chapters are set shortly after the events of "Girl Meets Flaws," chapter three on will move forward towards the current season.
What happens when she returns? Is Maya and Lucas together? What is Riley doing? Where is Farkle in all this?
They had argued before and he had yelled several insults at her before but she always just brushed it off as best she could. Lucas and Riley and both been civil towards Paul but Farkle had insisted that Paul was bad news. Maya figured that Farkle was just jealous but after what had happened tonight she realized maybe Farkle was right. To put it simply Paul had hit her on the face and then kicked her.
I'm a girl meets world fan. I'm not really look at every detail obsessed, but I was thinking about Farkle. Farkle sat at the kitchen table doing homework. He always sat at the kitchen homework.
It starts with one mistake. One day they messed up and then young Stuart Minkus is married and a father of a little boy with the strange name of Farkle. He's busy with school and she's busy, too, so Farkle goes to a daycare- it's expensive, sure, and not very good, but Farkle's taken care of. So Stuart works on making a better place in the world for Farkle and pretends he loves his wife that he never sees. It's okay though, because it'll get better soon.
Farkle kept tossing and turning the night after Maya's 17 th birthday sleepover. His stomach was clenching and twisting every few minutes and he had bitten his lip so much it had bled a little. Right now he was lying on a camp bed in the Matthews sitting room. Lucas and Josh had the armchairs and Riley and Maya were on the sofa. He got up to go find paracetamol in the kitchen drawer a few feet away but another pain so much worse than the others had hit when he was halfway across the sitting room. Josh, Lucas and Maya woke up to his loud cry and turned on the lamp to see his crumpled form on the floor.
Here is my good friend Starry's request! Finally haha. I have once again split it up in two parts. If I have any more request for this or related to this then maybe it'll be 3 or 4 parts.