Fallen

Karla is just a normal girl, living a normal life, with a normal family, with normal friends. At least that's the person you see when you walk in the hallways of Kingston high school. But she's not the person she looks like when you walk past her in the corridor. Her inside is filled with pain and guilt. Everything she can remember from when she was younger was the constant pain, and watching her mother beeing abused by her father. When she was 5 years old, he left. And even though her mom hated him, her brain told her that she still loved him. Ever since then her mother have been down, and it's all Karlas fault. If she just hadn't been born non of this would've happened. Her life is a gloom until one day when she bumps into a sweet canadian boy that'll change her life forever.

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26. I love you

"Why are we even here?" I asked Justin as he moved yet another branch out of the way. "I think you know the answer to that one." He said as I stepped in a puddle of mud. "Ugh." I complained to myself when I heard the weird noise of pulling my foot out. "What was-" I suddenly stumbled on a rock and fell forward, but Justin caught me before I hit the wet ground. I stared at his face, who was just inches apart from mine. "Uhm.." I stood up and brushed the dirt of my knees. "Thank you." He smiled. "No problem." We continued walking. "So what was so important that happened in the middle of the forest?" I asked him as I jumped over a fallen tree. "I'll tell you when we get there." After a while I saw a shriek of wood between the trees. A cabin? When we got closer I saw that it wasn't a cabin, it was a windbreak. Don't even ask me how I knew that. I stopped in front of the little thing and just looked at it for a minute. It was too familiar. I went up to it and felt the wood against my palm. Suddenly something flashed before my eyes, and I almost fell to the ground. It was like a dream, but it was reality. I was laying in Justin's arms in the windbreak. I was watching him. "Why does life have to be so complicated?"  I felt my lips whisper. Justin sighed. "I'd like to believe that something good will come out of this, never say never right?" I felt my lips crook up into a slight smile. But that smile soon faded down. My eyes looked down at our intertwined legs to hide my tears from him. Hide my tears? It was like I didn't control my own body. I felt everything, I felt the love, the warmth of his body. "Hey." He grabbed my chin and lifted my head up to his. "I love you." I sobbed. "I love you too." My voice said. The love overwhelmed me, hit me like I had walked straight into a wall. My whole body was warm. Then I was on the ground, outside the windbreak. And I could control my body. While in my 'flashback' my body had been remembering our story, and I, well, I guess I sort of told myself our story? Anyway, now everything was crystal clear. "Karla?" Justin shook my shoulders. I looked up at him with teary eyes. He frowned concerned, and I could almost sense the hope in his eyes. The love I had for him made my heart go on fire. I almost jumped of the ground and embraced him. I think he was a bit startled, but then his arms carefully wrapped around my body. I hugged him tightly. "I remember." I whispered. The breath went out of his chest and his arms now were as tightly wrapped around me as mine were around him, if not harder. I lifted me up and spun me around. When he put me down we carefully drew apart and our lips met. Everything was so clear. Nothing was in the dark anymore. All that mattered now was Justin. He was everything. The reason of my existence. My fingers ran through his brown hair, causing it to become messy, which actually was very sexy. When we drew apart our foreheads leaned against each others and I started to smile. He did as well. "I missed you." He said as we both sat down on the edge of the windbreak. "Well, I wish I could say the same, but, I didn't really know what to miss." We both laughed. I leaned my head against his shoulder and gazed through the trees. "Justin?" "Mhm?" His head leaned on mine. "When am I going to get my notebook back?" I felt his smile against the top of my head. "Never." I sighed. "Isn't your motto to never say never?" He giggled. "In time." I watched a squirrel run across the grass in front of me and up a tree. "Sometimes I wish I was a squirrel." I said with a sigh. Justin laughed. "Why would you want to be a squirrel?" I shrugged. "Well maybe not a squirrel in particular, but any animal. I mean your hardest task would be whether to sleep or not. You wouldn't have to worry about anything." Justin laughed again. "You have a weird brain." He said. "You know you love me." He sighed. "You know me too well."

A/N Hi guys! Sorry to say, that was the last chapter! (I know right). But wait! A sequel maybe? I would enjoy writing one, or if you maybe just would like me to write another story completely. Let me know! I hope you liked the story as much as I enjoyed writing it. I just want to thank you for all of the support I have gotten while writing this story, right now it's closing up to 1k reads! Woohoo! You guys are completely amazing! (Look at me acting famous). But no, really, thank you. So, a sequel?

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