For two years now I’ve watched her in that same spot. For two years I’ve heard the beat of her heart, but she was never there. And now I have to end it. After the accident it just wasn’t the same. I had hope I thought we could get through this, but I guess it just wasn’t enough. I’ve escaped from death, I’ve fought evil, but I couldn’t bring her back.
I can hear him talking to me, telling me he loves me. But I can’t find him anywhere. The last time I remember seeing him was when, he was taking me somewhere he wouldn’t tell me where we were headed no matter how much I begged. Then all of a sudden out of nowhere. Spells came flying towards us; he gave me strict orders to stay where I was safe but I couldn’t just sit there and watch him getting attacked. So I flung the car door open and darted after him. I slipped in from behind him and gripped his hand tightly. We dueled side by side for what must have been hours. As soon as we defeated them we headed back towards the car, when out of nowhere we heard a deafening crack. I turned to face the direction it had come from and everything went black and my whole body was in pain. And that’s when I ended up here. I don’t quit know where her is but I do know I can hear him talking to me. I try to answer him but he never seems to hear me. All I want is to see him again.
I was going to ask her to marry me that night. I had it all planned out first we were going to have dinner at Twilight, her favorite restaurant. I had a speech prepared: “We have been through so much; I had never lived until I was with you. You made my life complete. And now all I want is to spend the rest of my life with you.” Then I would take her hand in mine and say “Lily Evans will you marry me.” Then hopefully she would have said yes, but now it was too late. I feel like my life is over. I need her to live. She’s my love, my life and all I ever had. I looked at her one last time, next time I am to see her is when I will be pulling the plug. I moved down the stairs toward the living room. I sat on the couch and grabbed the remote.
As I turned the TV on I heard a high pitch tone. I knew what it was I dropped the remote and darted up the stairs. She was gone my throat was closing up, my palms were sweaty, I reached up and felt my head it was boiling hot. She was just here. I……..I have to find her. All of a sudden I heard something. Could it be her I raced off down the hall.
I heard the sound of her crying it was coming from our room. Every tear that hit the ground was like an earthquake to my heart. There she was huddled up on the floor I ran to comfort her. I kneeled down behind her wrapping my arms around her, whispering encouraging thoughts into her ear. She laid her head against my chest it was hot and sweaty but I didn’t care she was back. I held her closer to me. We intertwined our hands and I started humming a soothing song into her ear. Her tears started slowing down; she still had a confused expression like she didn’t know where she was or what was happening. Her eyes where glaring at mine. She started to speak, but before she could say another word I leaned in towards her as our lips touched I knew I had her back for good.