Treasure Island

rebekka bear

(4-6-96 / danville in)

True Love


he found her shattered into a million pieces
they hung out all the time
they fell in love
Boy: will you go out with me
Girl: yes
they went out a year later the girl found out she had cancer
Girl: i don't no how to tell you this
Boy: whats wrong
Girl: i have cancer
Boy: i have something to tell you
Girl: what?
Boy: i have cancer too
a few days go by
Boy: WILL YOU MARRY ME
Girl: yes i will
they got married it was the most beautiful wedding
on their honey moon they both passed away laying rite next to each other
she had a note from him and he had a note from her
Boy's note: i will love you even after i die
Girls note: i will always love you though thick and thin and through life and death
they where berried rite beside each other so they will be together forever

Submitted: Monday, July 18, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, July 19, 2011

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