Cute, Short Stories

These are cute little stories that I wrote. They're only 1-2 pages. They are supposed to be cheesy, so suck it up. (:


2. True Love Never Dies

“I’m moving.” Those words kept replaying in my head. I’m moving. I’m moving. I’m moving. I shook my head to try and get them out. I looked my ceiling and thought what I deserved for her to move out of my life.

I’ve loved her my whole life, my whole 18 years of living. She’d finally noticed me a year ago. I’d being staring at her while walking down the hall. I guess I felt like time froze because the next thing I knew, I was rubbing my forehead, with her doing the same thing. The only thing I could say what ‘Sorry’ and I walked off. That was the first time I’d actually spoken with her.

Just that one word, sparked something. We’d see each other a lot more. We hung out a lot more. We talked more. Then I’d gotten the nerve to ask her to a movie. We’d been dating for, a little, over year until she told me that her mom got a promotion and was moving to the other side of the country.

I’d felt my heart, literally, being ripped from my chest and being ripped to shreds. I couldn’t live without her. I’d never be happy ever again, no matter what anyone said.

Then I got an idea. I jumped out of bed, and took out a piece of paper and a pen and began to write. . .

Dear Mom, Dad, and Jonah,

I’ve decided to follow Carrie. I can’t live without her, no matter what you guys say. I love you all, but I know I need to be with my true love right now. I can’t eat, sleep, or do anything without her being beside me. I know you probably think I’m crazy for doing this, but I’m 18 years old. I can legally move out now. If I need to leave, I will because it involves the love of my life.

I’ll be back soon, don’t worry.

Love you all,


I got a piece of tape and taped it to the headboard of my bed. I immediately started packing, and before I knew it I was on a train heading to my first and only love.


I called Carrie and told her I was coming. She sounded so excited on the phone. The only thing I didn’t tell her was that my family didn’t know I was here. She told me she’d meet at the train station.

When the train pulled into the station, I jumped out of my seat and made sure I was the first one out. I spotted a familiar light brown head. I ran to her dropped my bag just beside her and hugged her from behind. She turned around and kissed me instead. I pulled her closer, wanting to make her a part of me.

“I’m so glad you’re here!” She exclaimed.

“So am I” I replied, taking her hand, and my bag and letting her take where ever she wanted to go.


~10 years later~

I’m so glad that I followed her. I’m so glad that I came where she moved all those years ago when I was 18.

We were currently going on our 8th year of marriage. We had 2 beautiful children that were 6 and 4. They say that love usually goes down once you have kids, but once we did, it burned stronger. I loved her more and more every day, to a level that I didn’t even comprehend.

As she passed me in the kitchen I grabbed her wrist and pulled me to her and put my mouth to her ear, “I love you, Carrianne.” And kissed her ear.

As I said to myself every morning, True Love never dies.

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