You may now kiss the...

By , Paris, France
“If there is anyone who think these two should not marry, speak now or forever how your peace,” said the minister to the audience. I had to speak up before it was too late. I had to say that I was in love with Tracey. I had to stop this wedding.
I finally rose from my seat. “I do. Tracey, I love you and I don’t Taylor marry you.” I ran up the aisle to the altar, grabbed Tracy’s wrist, then ran to the double doors at the back of the church and pushed them open.
I ran even faster, reaching the street. Tracey kept on yelling for me to stop, but I ignored the demand. “Taxi!” I yelled (finding a cab in New York City was like finding an airplane at an airport). One pulled up and I opened the car door, but before steeping in, I turned around to face my one true love and kissed the lips I have longed to kiss. Tracey stood, shocked, but I felt him kiss me back. We eventually hopped into the yellow car.
“What happens now, Ian?” he asked, holding my hand. The smile on my face faded.
“I don’t know.”





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agsmiley888 said...
Mar. 27, 2010 at 6:41 pm
THIS WAS CUTE AND I AGREE WITH U
 
monstrosity said...
Mar. 25, 2010 at 10:21 pm
Wait... are they both guys?
 
JayeMizzles replied...
Mar. 28, 2010 at 11:16 am
ye... im the one who wrote it BTW :)
 
monstrosity replied...
Mar. 28, 2010 at 5:34 pm

Ok, just wanted it cleared up. :)

I think it makes the story much more intriguing than if it were the stereotypical male-female thing.

 
JayeMizzles replied...
Mar. 29, 2010 at 6:39 am
ye... i dont rly like stereotypes... life and love comes as it is... orginal
 
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