Roses For Eternal Love
The boys were out on the bored walk, looking for their next meal, weather it was fast food or slow food. They would get them either way. But there was something different about tonight. They all noticed David acting a little off more the usual. No one wanted to say anything to him, fearing that he might just rip their heads off, but sooner or later one of them would crack and ask and of course Paul would be the one to crack first.
"David, man what's wrong with you tonight?" Paul asked putting his hand on David's shoulder only to take it off a second later when David glared at him.
"Nothings wrong, Paul" David said in a low murmur. He looked around at the others only to repeat "Nothings wrong."
They all looked at David, they knew he was hiding something.
Hours went by and the guys fed and partied, they did what they do every night.
But David was missing, he left in the shadows as the others were feeding. He needed to be alone, he needed to get away from those idiots for a whi
Bree was laying on her bed, her face buried in her pillow. Her eyes were sore and red from crying. It might have been a couple of weeks since her and her boyfriend had broken up. Her heart was still broken. A familiar sound of her cell phone went off. She turned onto her side picking up her phone to see his face flash on the screen. She argued with herself rather to answer it or not. She took a breath as she answered, "Hello?" It was silent for a moment before he spoke, "Come outside." She was confused by this, "What?" "Just please come outside." He pleaded. "Are you drunk, Ed?" She asked rubbing her eyes. "No, just come outside." With that he hung up. Bree threw her phone down onto the bed, before making her way downstairs. As she reached the last step she heard soft chords from a guitar outside. She made her way to the back opening the sliding glass door, to see Ed standing in the middle of the lit gazebo. She walked up the stairs staying by the right side. "I'm gla