Graduation day arrived at last. I couldn’t remember the last time I had been even remotely interested in a graduation ceremony, and yet today I was excited. Despite her reservations, Bella had done well on her exams, and I knew she was proud of herself, as I was of her. And although I knew she wasn’t looking forward to it, the graduation party was going to be a good experience for her, and I was going to make sure she ended up having a good time. I had wanted to get her a gift for graduation, but she had insisted that I not spend any money on her, and finally I gave...
Alright guys, here's the start of the story, Evening Star! ^_^
Days. Weeks. Time has passed by since our return back to Forks. But now I felt whole again. It's been too long since I have been apart from my love, Bella. I can't ever think about leaving her again.
Since my return, Bella's father, Charlie, have been giving me a hard time with being with Bella. I know have visiting hours, from seven till nine thirty PM, inside the house. I didn't object, beacuse I knew I deserved worse than this, for putting Bella in agony, since for less than a half an hour to go.
I watched Emmett as he climb the 70 ft tree that stood directly outside the house. He wasn’t anywhere near as graceful as Alice or me but his strength made up for it as he pulled himself up onto the highest branch.Hmm… I don’t see any food… but Bella’s home so you know. Why he had to climb a tree to figure both these things out is simply questionable.
“I know” I quickly replied. I could smell a herd of deer around 6 miles away, near the mountains. Edward? Alice thought to me. I walked, a human pace to the kitchen, though it frustrated me, I wanted to...
I miss writing soooo much! Sorry! School is getting ahead of me! ^_^
Chapter 16: Alliance
“Bella?” I called to her as she paused at the top of the porch steps.
She turned to face me as I jumped up the stairs to meet her. I took her into my arms again, kissing her once more. I let my lips convey just how much I loved her, no matter what happened later, and she responded enthusiastically. She seemed taken aback by the passion of the kiss when we finally pulled away, but didn’t comment on it.
“Let’s get this stupid party over with,” she muttered while staring at the ground.
"Honestly though, why do you read it over and over? What is it that appeals to you?" I asked Bella. I'm really getting curious about Bella's mind, and how it works. It's so hard to understand her. But I was glad her expressions and her eyes were easy to read. It makes things less complicated. Bella looked at me, and I can see that my gaze distracted her. It made me smile, for her to be intoxicated by my very presense. "I'm not sure. I think it's something about the invitability. How nothing can keep them apart - not her selfishness, or his evil, or even death, in the end...." she trailed off....