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Experiment i call life

Book By: Mysteryman123

Tags: Love, And, Finding, The, Right, One

The Story of How I will find her. She's out there I just havent met her yet. Please let me know if you think this is a good Idea and for me to keep writing

Submitted:Feb 22, 2014    Reads: 9    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

As Stephen king once said the most important things in life are the ones that are the hardest to describe. Who would have thought that at 19 years of age I would be dreaming to move to New York city, hoping to have what i feel was taken from me too soon and without even getting a chance. who knows maybe its the books i read or the movies i watch or maybe its because i may be just a hopeless romantic. Im not that big of a writer but i feel like there's something special brewing and if i forget my past how could i be able to discover my future? Now lets begin, lets go back to the year 2010 It was summer to be exact. During this part of my life My best friend was James Carter he was one goofy dumbass but I loved that son of a bitch. But it was because of him that I feel like my life was changed. He introduced me to someone. She had a smile that took my breath away, her long brunette hair was just the right type of mysterious to keep me engaged with her. She wasn't your average type of girl. Parents were completely from different hemispheres. The definition of a perfect girl didn't even come close she seemed like the other half of me it was a type of chemistry that not even elements had. I don't know how i fell in love with her so fast and why i can't forget her, Im not sure if i need to let go but all I know is that I'm young and dumb and have so much time to mess up and learn from my mistakes, that i can enjoy the fling that never happened between me and her. The love that never happened. It was the seed that was left out waiting to be germinated but that still lies dormant. This is the story of how I will find the person to turn that seed into a massive red oak. starting from the past slowly moving into the future.


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