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The Distance That Changed In One FIght

By Rylan Yarrington All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Romance

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They live so many miles apart. They dont ever talk. They met on Facebook. They even learned new things about each other. One day they got in a fight. Or so called. She broke up with him. He was depressed. He begged his mother. He begged and begged. One day. He got what he wanted. Plus he got her a present you would never believe. Will there love last. Will they find someone new. Will they never see each other. Will they lose each other for good. Read to find out

Prologue

The girl just looked at her computer and found a post on her favorite page on facebook from and saw the guy was sorta upset. He thought he was ugly but to her she thought otherwise. She friended him and messaged him.

“Heyyyyy” she giggled out loud from her message

“Hi” he messaged her back.

“How are you?” she asked him

“Good.” he said back

“Nice. your cute” she giggled

“Thanks” he smiled at her message. He thought she was really sweet and cute.

“So... how old are you?” he asked her

“15” she told him. He nodded his head and smiled. He then couldn’t answer he had to go to school.

“Hello?” she asked him. “Are you on?” she sighed “ok then.”

“Be patient with me please” he begged her. She sighed and nodded her head. Days go by and she ends up seeing she sorta liked him in a way. He knew he liked her from day one. But he didn’t know himself tell one day he asked her. She said yes. They started dating but things changed after that day. Things that nobody would understand tell they actually say. They were one. They were a shocker. They were in love with each other more than they thought. One day they notice how much they need each other. They went to a step they never knew could happen at such a young age. They surprised them selves. They never knew, but it never just came out of the blue. Something happened between them. Something big. Something shocking. They never knew what would happen between them. Not until the day. They became one, but not just because of a message. Because of a fight that took to many far steps. A step that one didn’t want to take but did to prove her point. One that she learned, trusting is better than not trusting.

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