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  • Fiction > Romance
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    The dress was perfect. He was perfect. Then again, he probably should have been thought of before the dress, but this mostly signifies how jumbled the day had been. My stomach was flying and I had to keep reminding myself to inhale and exhale properly so I didn’t start a coughing conundrum. I ...
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    The British accent made my ears ring. The door swung open with a creak. I sat bolt up-right at the noise, forgetting the bunk beds and slamming my head off of the metal bars that held up Erica’s bed. “Aww…” I cried, falling back down onto my pillows with my hand on my forehead. My vision ...
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    “All I’m saying,” I said an hour later as we were getting ready to leave the hospital, “is that angels need wings. It is a state of fact. No wings. No angel. What if I didn’t believe you? How would you prove to me that you are my guardian angel?” “Trust me, there are other ways. Man...
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    “You’re scared,” he guessed, probably by my reaction to his silence. “You’re not real.” I offered back. He shook his head at me. “I am real. More real than any of my kind are supposed to be. Nobody knows about us for sure, though, so we’re called a myth,” My first thought ...
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    . I picked my leg up and dropped it loudly on the bed, looking up at him apologetically. “I didn’t feel that,” he nodded. “What time is it?” he asked randomly. I pulled my silver cell phone out of my pocket and opened it. The light stunned me for a second before I was able to read the t...
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    From that point on, nothing hurt. Not the needle or the sewing part. I was beyond thankful for the analgesic. Even though there was no pain, I never let go of Jonathan’s hand. A while later I heard metal clattering onto the tray. Only when I finally heard the wheels of the cart roll over the t...
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    “We were outside. Climbing a fence. I got my pants stuck and lost my balance, then I fell and the pants ripped. Well, apparently, so did my skin.” I confessed. He laughed at my explanation, leaving his chair to stand at the foot of the bed. For the first time, I looked down to my leg and underst...
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    Four impossible minutes later (due to the influence of Jonathan’s money) we stood at the foot of the emergency room which was a smaller white building compared to the main hospital it was attached to. Once more, Jonathan supported my weight as we entered the sliding glass doors to the emergency ro...
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    “Let’s just go back, Sam,” he said, looking hesitantly over his shoulder to the large stretch of land separating us from the school. I tries to support as much of my weight as possible without increasing the blood loss in my leg. “Okay,” I said sarcastically, “and how do you plan to g...
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    I tightened my fingers around the metal wire and hoisted myself up. I used my feet and arms to climb up the twenty feet. Once at the top, I swung my legs over to the other side and began trying to shimmy down the other side. Jonathan watched me curiously from the opposite side of the fence. When I t...
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    “What’s Truffington?” Jonathan asked as we strolled down the front steps and onto the crisp green grass. I wrapped my jacket tighter around me and dug my hands into the pockets. “It’s a city right outside of the boundaries of town,” I answered as we began walking through the thin tree...
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    s I looked him up and down, a familiar thought occurred to me. Not a thought, but more a memory. A memory of him. He seemed like someone I had known in kindergarten or first grade; the little play-dates that our parents set up, worried that their child couldn’t make friends. Then I had suddenly al...
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    The nurse told me to lie down on the bed with an icepack on my head. I lay back on the bed and placed the cold pack on my forehead where a bump was surely forming. The nurse went over to a computer that was old enough to be the mother of a dinosaur and began clicking away. I thought she might’ve b...
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    “I’m Jonathan,” he introduced himself in an oddly attractive British accent. I slowed my pace, watching him stare unblinkingly into my eyes. I struggled to tear my own eyes from his blue irises, turning a corner into a hall lined with ugly beige lockers. “I know. What’s your number?” ...
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    I sat at a plastic table and chair set in room 308, staring stubbornly at the menacing snow that threatened the life of the gently swaying flowers. The white/beige walls held memory of my every class here. The bright pink and blue poster on the board, (“YOU CAN DO IT!” It read) laughed idiotical...
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