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That day I thought you were mine I was so happy to see you I skipped up your steps with a huge grin on my face.
I was heading toward your room I just walked in without knocking, I thought you loved me until I saw you under the covers with my best friend you were in the middle of doing it with my own best friend.
I threw the promise ring you gave me a year ago on graduation on the ground and ran out of your room not looking back.
You came running after me and grabbed my wrist, “Bella wait,” but I pushed you down.
“I thought you were mine!” I screamed.
“I thought you loved me!” I said still screaming pounding on his chest.
But it didn’t matter he didn’t feel it, he put his finger under my chin and lifted it and wiped away the flowing tears.
“I do love you and I always will.” He says, looking into my eyes.
“No you don’t otherwise you wouldn’t be screwing my best friend!” I say slapping him.
“I thought I loved you and I thought you were mine but I was wrong.” I whisper walking away.
“But I do love you and I will always be yours.” He yells back.
I flip him my finger, “Go to hell.” I say.
“Bella are you really going to break up with me?” He yells.
“Are you kidding me, you cheated on me with my own best friend for I don’t know how long.”
“We only did this a couple of times Bella, it’s not a big deal.”
“Oh look who’s talking, my once best friend the person I trusted most, more than my own family!”
“You think this isn’t a big deal, what about your fiancee Scarlett, huh did you think about that.”
I took my phone out of my pocket and took a quick picture of them and sent it to Charles, her fiance.
“You better not dare.” she says reaching for my phone.
“I’m going to ruin your life just like you ruined mine.” I reply hitting send.
Instantly there’s a beep beep coming from Scarlett’s phone.
She takes it out hesitating and swipes up, by looking at her face I know instantly who it is, Charles.
She shoves her phone in my face.
“We need to talk.” I laugh bitterly.
“He’s still wants to give you a chance.”
“My word against yours, who do you think he’ll believe.”
I slap her and slap Cole while I’m at it.
I glare at them both before turning on my heel and leave.
Once I’m safely in my car far away from them, I let the floodgates open.
“I thought you were mine.”
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