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Twilight: The Dying Wish

By JacobLautner

Romance / Mystery

Prologue

Twilight

The Dying Wish



Prologue:

Pain. That was what I'm feeling right now. Endless amount of Pain and Blood. I laid there in the pool of blood beneath my body. My own which is mixed with other people's blood too. There were screams around me. Screams of Pain. Both Physically and Emotionally. Screaming because of seeing the loved ones dying in front of their eyes. I could vaguely hear some sirens. But I couldn't be sure. My vision blurred and I could make out some grey chunks of what looked like a cauliflower scattered around me. My face went pale as sheet before turning slight green as I caught on what that grey chunks were. Pieces of Brain. Luckily it wasn't mine since I could think...though not clearly. My body was surrounded by people whom are laying there without hands, legs, heads and...lives.

There were sharp pieces of glass scattered all over the road glistening in the bright sun momentarily blinding me. I could feel them piercing deep into my body. Especially in my stomach. I could make out a totally mangled bus with a shattered front view glass and another bus -which carried innocent school children- was totally crumbled.

There were several bodies around me including the children whom still have an expression of terror and fear etched on their beautiful faces. Fear of being dying before they could start their own life. My eyes closed and images of my families flashed beneath my closed pale eyelids. My protective Mother....My naive Father...My over annoying older sister....My family...Everyone. Everyone whom I loved very much. It's true what they say...that you'll be seeing images of loved ones before dying. I never thought about dying in pain. Actually...I never thought about dying. So this is what it feels like to die? Its painful.

My closed eyes wrenched open in alarm as I heard whimpers coming beside me. Two whimpers exactly. My two best friends. Monika and Kaushalya. Whom are the very first best friends. Whom always loves me too much. Whom always protected me. Whom would do anything for me. And Vice versa.

I craned my neck with much difficulty and saw their eyes were tightly closed wishing the pain to go away. I managed to shift ignoring the sharp tug of pain in my stomach and clutched their hands. I smiled when I felt -numbly- their fingers curled around mine. I squeezed their hands and my smile widened when I felt the pressure being returned by both of them.

Even though I'm dying I could help but think about Jacob Black. A character in my my favorite novel. Twilight. You know the russet wolf Jacob Black? Yeah him.

I know it's stupid...but I fell in love with Jacob Black character. Like I said it's stupid. I first questioned my sanity when i realized this. As well as my friends. An image of him danced in front of my eyes. His thick shaggy eyebrows, his melting chocolate brown eyes that oddly resembles my own, his high cheekbones, his overly infectious smile that doesn't fail to make me smile whenever I see that, his sparkling teeth that shows when he smiles or laugh, his tan russet colored skin. Everything about him made me fall in love with him.

No, I didn't love him just because he is hot or sexy. I fell in love with his character. His love for his Dad, his love for the Bella Swan even after she left him to marry the Vampire Edward Cullen, his loyalty to his pack, his respect to elders, his sarcastic remarks, his tasteful jokes, his always brightening aura which he spreads around him without his knowledge. I fell in love with his eyes, I fell in love with his smile. Totally...I fell in love with him. Like Bella's line when she realized she is in love with Edward -Just minus Edward name- would suit me better.

I'm unconditionally and irrevocably in love with Jacob Black.

"I...I want to....live...my life....to the fullest....with my friends and.....Jacob Black" I whispered feeling stupid as I said the last par. Pfft. Like it could happen. But it wouldn't hurt to try right? Soooo.....I still tried. I know stupid right? "I want....to...live....with....him forever"

Like I said Stupid.

My heart tore and shattered when I felt my two best friend's life slipping away from their bodies. But they had this tight steel grip on my hand refusing to leave me. And I'm grateful for that. Soon my eyes started to droop and my heartbeat slowed down to uneven pounding. I couldn't even feel my own body. I know what's happening. It's time. Time for me to go. So I whispered those last words. They were very true and came from depth of my heart.

"I...Love....You...Jacob Black"

My eyes closed as soon as said that very true and meaningful words. My breath stopped as well as my heart. Few minutes later the bus exploded into flames consuming everything around it. Including Mine and my friend's bodies. At that moment my life as Avanthika has died. Vanishing abruptly from the existence. Vanishing immediately from the life I had led in these past Seventeen years. Dying along with my seventeen years best friends. Dying in content after whispering those heart warming words. Dying painfully about not knowing what Fate has stored for me and my friends.

Dying without knowing the power behind those Dying wish......


Hey guys! I'm Mana and this is my first ever story! I hope you like it! I had this idea inside my head for past few years and waited to the right time to implement it. Guess the time has come, huh?. Enjoy reading everyone!
~Mana



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