The New Beginning

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There's not much to tell. I'm thinking about writing more to this because it was a school project and I received a great grade on it. If continued. it'll be a remake of the well know "Snow White" princess story.

Submitted: October 01, 2014

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I found her lost and lonely. I stopped my car a quarter of a mile away to not scare her away. Turning off the headlights of my new navy Jeep, I watch her as she sits on the side of the road beneath the lamp post in the middle of a midnight drizzle. She is beautiful. I don’t know who she is, but I know she’s been through a lot. Trying to picture myself in her situation is hard because I don’t know hers. She must be freezing. Sitting in the rain at night on a cold black river in the middle of a sleeping town must be depressing, especially her. I unlock my seat belt, open the car door slowly and walk over to the unknown angle without closing the door. As I’m getting closer, I get more nervous. What do I say? I kneel down in front of her and grab her soft hands with mine.

“Are you okay?” I whispered. She doesn’t move.

“Please, what is your name?” I softly spoke. She looks up and there I see her. Icy blue eyes dressed in drippy mascara stains match her perfectly rose-colored lips on her pale, porcelain doll face. Jet black hair, soaked from the rain, crosses her face but still shows her perfection.

“Why are you here” she whispers. It doesn’t hurt to ask, right? It might have been rude to not answer a simple question but in this situation it’s okay.

“I want to help you, you look freezing. Come with me.” I ordered her, taking her hand and walking to my car. I’m not leaving her alone in the dark, no matter what it takes. Surprisingly, though, she obeyed and got up.

“What is your name?” I repeated.

“Snow. Snow White is my name.”


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