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KEVEDD: Halo

By Shiro010

Romance / Drama

Edge

Standing on the edge of the apartment complex, The wind was silent and steady, Even the sound of a needle could be heard.

Most of the attendants were snobs and important people like celebrities or sportsmen. They wouldn't even bat an eyelash at their fellow neighbor. My blacklocks got entangled with my long eyelashes that protected my sea colored eyes that most people called diamonds, inserted into a human's body. Not to quickly i removed the strands of hair with my slender fingers, One would usually call me feminine but im not to sure about that.Im a guy after all. A 17 year old guy called Eddward Vincent, Eddward Vincent that was soon going to end his meaningless life.

Edd, nothing more than a simple novel writer that is famous all over the world but it didn't change the fact that no one really tried to understand me. I sighed and looked down. it was like staring at a painting. Or an Illusion. Or another parallel universe. Or even a mirror. It wasn't going to be more than jumping down in a lake. I pulled my hair back on top of my head and sighed again. Should I? Should I not? This sure is hard. I putted my hand into my skinny jeans pockets. My white shirt was as clear as day shining brightly at the roof top.

My feet brushing lightly as feathers on the stone chilling my legs that gave me goosebumps. Oh well. Let's just get it over with. I stepped over the edge and lunged forward. The air felt nice, so it was like this it felt like flying. Gravity took over and the end was near I could feel it, there wasn't any tomorow anymore. and no future. A new chapter and a new beginning.My face was met first with leafs and bushes then it came. the few minutes of pain in the head and everything went- White.

It was silent. Nothing except for white. Like a room with no doors. Was this heaven? is this really where everyone go? in that case there wasn't even a use going over that edge was it!?. At Least there could be a manual to this place or something like in those manga's and animes!.

-Stupid life!" Oh curse my language. Come forth!

Nothing came out when I screamed that. Then it was sure that I wasn't a magical girl from a fantasy world. I guess I can only wait it out and see what happens. stretching and turning a bit I came into a nice sleeping position, im grateful for my experience in sleeping on airports and strange places. Well of to another dimension to see what my mind have in store for me instead. Good night or good morning. I wasn't sure which one I was suppose to say to be honest. I sighed and drifted of to dreamland not sure when I would wake up again. that thought actually scared me a little.


(Out of Edd's POV)
A man found the blood covered man in between some bushes when looking for a football and had called an ambulance straight away. The man followed the injured person called Edd to the hospital only to realize that the stranger needed an operation. The doctors almost begged the man to stay until everything's done due to the stranger not having any contact info of anyone but 2 contacts that they had tried calling- "Ed" and "Eddy" Both of them said they were on the way but it would take a 3 whole days due to living far away. So the man stayed beside the stranger to watch over him until they arrived. But slowly but surely the man started to get attached to the stranger, 3 days was enough to get him attached to this person, or was he already attached from the moment he laid his eyes on him?. One word to describe him was "beautiful". Even with the bandage over his head the stranger still stood out even when laying unconscious in a hospital bed.Feelings were developing and it wouldn't stop no matter how much he wanted them to stop. He only hoped that the people called Ed and Eddy to come quickly but at the same time he wanted time to stop.

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