Neil's P.O.V; July 4, 6:56pm
I rush to find Mersa before we had no time left, but I had gotten to her in time. We start down the hallway, I grab her hand as we laugh down the hallway running. We meet Lacey and Rider on the way, and we are all going full speed down flights of stairs until we make it; coming to a halt we stare out the giant bay windows in awe, as the yearly 4th of July celebration highlight begins. Every year the Palace of the Forever Frozen lights fireworks into the sky, and all the colors reflect off of the castle and water as they make the sky brighter than the stars and sun together. Mersa and I stand there alone in the room watching the fire works, as Lacey and Rider had disappeared. I take her hand and spin her around childishly, I take both her hands and we dance around the room carelessly.
As we run down the hall I pull Lacey aside while Mersa and Neil continue. I pull her around a corner and press her against the wall looking down at her. She looks up at me childishly with her big blue eyes. I come close to her and pull up her hand and lay a gentle kiss on it, "What would you say if I asked you to dance?"
She blushed slightly, "I would, but I can't dance,"
"First time for everything," I smiled, pulling her hand into the ball room, quickly finding our feet on the dance floor, I place one hand on her waist and take her hand in mine, and we drape across the floor. It took no effort to lead her across the floor, while the fireworks reflected off of the golden ball room; but all I could look at was Lacey, as her face lit up the room with her smile as she danced happily in my arms.
I sit on the ivory railing of the balcony looking down on the floor below me seeing a smile on Mersa's face as the same blonde in the fedora that escorted her away from me twirled her around the room. And two floors below me I watch the ball room as Rider dances with the clumsy little girl, that looks just like her... 'I remember those days,' I look away from them and turn too the sky watching not the fireworks and there annoying noise and flashed that they make. I stare at the moon that has a constant beautiful glow, subtle enough not to be annoying, but bright enough to get your attention; and in the morning when it doesn't like you anymore it goes away. There faces flashed in my mind, but I take off and enjoy the moon's company. I pass over a train and see the five of them walk into it, "Hmm, I hope you survive," I say, then continue into the silent night.