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Mia's Diaries: New Moon

By WhiteWillowWItch

Romance / Fantasy

Prologue

Mia found herself running. She could feel her fast heartbeat bumping fast against her chest. Her breath was quick and barely held under control. She was worried and afraid for someone. She pushed herself through crown of people dressed in red cloaks.

Blinking once, her icy blue eyes open to confusion. No longer was she pushing herself through a crowd of people, but now she stood in the meadow. Edward's meadow. Surround by dead wildflowers. And dark gloomy sky.

The dark clouds covered the grey sky. All trees around her had no leaves. The woods were dark and Mia felt like dark shadows were walking inside them, looking at her, observing her. Mia felt cold shivers go down her back.

She looked across the dark meadow and noticed a familiar figure in the distance. She narrowed her eyes. It that…me? Mia wondered. And she was right. It was her. But, even from the distance, she looked so different from her.

Huh. Something felt to strange to Mia. It wasn't right. She stepped closer, the other her following her moves. As she walked closer and closer towards her, across the dead ground and flowers, Mia started to notice how she looked.

More paler then her. Her lips more darker shade of her. Her eyes dark blue as the midnight. A wicked smirk played on her lips. Mia saw evilness in those eyes. Then she noticed, she was looking at her own self, she was looking into a mirror.

It was her reflection. Her expression in the mirror changed into the shocked one. But her looks haven't change. This wasn't her. This was the darker side of her heart. The Dark Witch.

'thun-thun'

Mia's eyes open wide as she woke up from her dream by the knocking on the door. Book 'Romeo and Juliet' lied right in front of her face. The door of her room open, and Anna and Noah walked inside the room with big smiles on their faces.

"Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Mia, happy birthday to you." Anna and Noah sang as they walked inside.

"I said no presents, so what is that in your hands?" Mia sang back in a question.

"Presents!" Anna exclaimed. "I know you didn't want any presents, but we couldn't help ourselves."

"I agreed with you about no presents." Noah said, earning a punch in his stomach by Anna's elbow, making Mia hold back a laugh.

"He's lying." Anna winked at Mia. "Anyway. This is for you." Anna said as she handed Mia as flat gift wrapped up in purple paper. "And this goes with it." Anna added as she takes the rectangle shaped gift wrapped in the same paper out of Noah's hands and handed it to her.

"Thanks." Mia thanked.

"Open them."

Mia started to unwrap the gifts, but since she was taking too long, she just ripped the wrap off. The first gift was a book, an album actually, with white covers and red roses over it. Mia ripped of the wrap from the other gift and saw a camera.

"Thanks." Mia said. "This is great."

"It's to put your pictures in from senior year." Anna said. "I have the entire album book of mine filled with pictures."

"So, you want me to do the same?"

"Yes!" Anna exclaimed. "Senior year is the last year of high school and very important."

"Just remove that gray hair on your head." Noah said and Mia looked at him wide eyed.

"What?!" Mia jumped of the bed and looked at herself in the mirror at her hair, seeing no gray hair.

"Gotch ya!" Noah laughed, clicking with his tongue.

"Ha ha." Mia sarcastically spoke. "So funny." Mia sticks her tongue out at him and he did the same.

"Is that why you want to dye your hair black?" Anna asked a frown on her face. "Because you believe you have gray hair coming out?"

"No." Mia answered. "I just want to change my hair color. I look boring to my own self."

"You should ask Edward." Anna said. "He will say 'no'."

"Oh, you can predict the future." Mia joked.

"Oh, yes." Anna teased. "Now, get dressed, you'll be late for school."

"Yeah, yeah." Mia murmured while they walked outside and closes the doors.

"Happy birthday!" Anna exclaimed once again when she was already behind the door.

Don't remind me.

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