|A True Love Story (standard:romance, 1329 words) [1/2] show all parts|
|Author: Lowell Guerra||Updated: Nov 02 2000||Views/Reads: 3057/1660||Part vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|do u think Romeo & Juliet is "true love?" then please read this, and this story might show you otherwise. This story is about an ugly guy (not because he did somethign wrong like in beauty & the beast), but he was just born that way, a|
"A True Love Story" By Lowell Guerra ::this story is dedicated to my family, and the teachers who wanted me to write stories with no violence, they said I had the ability to write a story with no violence, before I didn't believe them, but now I know I can. I thought that all stories had to have violence in them, and I thought the violence made the stories, stories, but I was wrong, you don't NEED violence in stories, ALTHOUGH IT DOES HELP :) :: CHAPTER ONE: Alfred was a guy who wasn't good-looking at all. Because of that, he never had a girlfriend and no one ever liked him. He didn't even have any friends that were girls. He had seen Romeo & Juliet and how Romeo was a victim of love at first sight. He had seen tons of tv shows of how a guy and a girl fell in love after being close friends for so long, and knowing all his guy friends, when Alfred turned 11 and his friends were 12, every single one of them since they were three or at least six has had a friend thats a girl and went out with her. But Alfred knew nothing special would happen like that for him because he never had a friend that was a girl, and he's already 11. He knew his life was not normal, and it was weird. After he had turned 12, he started to meet more people and finally got more friends that were girls. He met this one particular girl that was REALLY fine, and Alfred thought he was a victim of love at first sight. He didn't really meet her, he just saw her in his class. He stared at her all the time, hoping she'd show the love she had for him like Alfred loved her (or so he thought). But she didn't care about him a bit. Alfred was a little tiny bit shy because the way he looks, but he was sure of himself because of the movie Romeo & Juliet. So after about two weeks, he decided to ask the girl out. From all the media he has seen, he was very optimistic, although he didn't even know the girls name yet. Alfred walked up to the beautiful girl with a smile, (he had a smile just as ugly as his face, but he didn't realize even his smile was ugly alone). "Will you go out with me?" he asked. He assumed she'd definetly say yes because Juliet had said yes. Alfred thought he was in love because she was the prettiest girl he had ever seen and her beautiful looks occupied his mind a lot everyday. She checked him out, looked him up and down, then spoke. "Why would I wanna go out with your ugly ass?" CHAPTER TWO: Alfred was shocked and hurt as he felt tears easily flow down his cheeks. He had heard people laugh at her cruel remark, and he heard people call him crybaby. He heard from everyone that men don't cry, and Alfred cried from little things, even if he got cut up a little, he'd probably cry. When he thought about it, he knew he was still a boy and not a man yet. He wondered why he still cried from little things only a baby would cry from, while it took a lot for other people his age to cry. He tried to hold back the tears from the girls reply, but he couldn't help it, as it kept running down his cheeks. He wiped the tears with his shirt only to feel more tears come from his eyes again. For days he had cried, wishing he was never born. He didn't want to be so ugly, like what he was. He was a harmless little child. He never did any wrong, well not on purpose anyways, everyone has done something wrong even if it was an accident. Alfred wondered why God made him look the way he is. A few weeks later, he met a girl named April. They talked to each other a lot, and got each other stuff and laughed a lot together. Alfred felt really good when he was with her. He wondered what that feeling was. From the tv he watched, he thought she liked him, and not wanting to hurt her feelings, he decided he wanted to ask her out. He was thinking it would make her happy that he loved her. The next day, Alfred was with April and Alfred thought that moment was the right time to ask her out. Alfred gently took April's hand and looked deep in her eyes. "April..." he began. "Yes?"April said implying for him to go on. Click here to read the rest of this story (61 more lines)
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