The Haunting Lover
by By Courtney Renaldo and Ashley Parrish, Alexandria High School
Oct 29, 2012 | 473 views |  0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
It was suppose to be the best day of my life……but sadly the best day turned into my last day.

It was the morning of June 15, 1995. I was dressed in all white, heading to the church to marry my true love Henry. When our car was hit by a drunk driver, an I was killed on impact. My lover and I were never wed but I still wait for him to meet me at the church. But sadly he never shown.

Until the day he came in with ….her!! He showed up first in his tux an I was so happy that I could finally be married to my true love, but he walked right by me like I wasn’t there I called his name an he never responded. Then, you heard the music that the bride was coming, so I proceeded to walk down the aisle crying, then I realized nobody here was looking at me, an also I didn’t know anyone sitting in the pews. I thought to myself “where are my parents? who are these people?”. That’s when I turned to see if my parents where just a little late, an that’s when I saw HER!!!

She had blonde hair like mine, and blue eyes like mine an wearing a wedding dress similar to mine?! Is she here to steal my beloved Henry from me?! NO!! I refuse to lose him again!! So I walked right up to her prepared to fight for him, an she just kept walking …right through me! That’s when I realized the accident really did happen I was…..Dead!! That’s when I looked down to see my dress stained with blood I screamed in disbelief “NO THIS CANT BE HAPPENIG I LOVE HIM!!! WE WERE SUPPOSE TO BE TOGETHER FOREVER!!!”


So I whipped around an walked up to her…she never saw me coming bahahahhaa!!!!!

I ripped her tiara off her head, then I ripped her skirt open, then I proceeded to hit her when Henry pulled her into his arms. That really made me mad!! So I took the candle on the nearest candle stick, an threw it to his feet. If I can’t have him NO ONE can!!! So I proceeded to knock all the candles off, I tore down the decorations, then I went to the kitchen for a knife……….
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