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A Sad Teenage Love

BY: Jay Wilson | Category: Entertainment | Submitted: 2011-02-14 01:20:31
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Article Summary: "Little Jessica Milwood, only 14, gives up on life for a boy. But will Daniel Williams realize what hes missing when he looses her? This is about the sick things teen do for each other now, and me being one of the teens whodo them..."

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Jessica Milwood strutted down the halls of North Forsyth Middle School on February 14, only to have her heart shattered. Her boyfriend Daniel Williams was clinging onto the 8th grades biggest skank, and she was pulling him into her by the belt loops on his jeans. She didnt know what to do. So instead of kicking the skank into next week, she spun on her heels and dashed down the hall. She coul feel her icy blue eyes scorch as tears burned the back of her eyes. Her name was called thousands of times but all she could think about was getting home.

Finally she made it to her small house just a block away from Daniels. She headed to her room and threw her books onto her purple rug just in front of her full mirror. Standing in her favorite bullhead jeans and her cutest top from Pac-Sun, she tried to figure out what was wrong. She had the bluest eyes at her school and everyone cooed ober them. She had off center bangs, her hair pure blonde, and was shaped like a normal eight grader. What did Elli have that Jessica didnt? She dropped to her knees, craddling her soft cheeks in between her manicured hands. She had given everything to Daniel, she loved him, called him every night, and had him over every other weekend. Her door creaked open and her eyes watered even more as her crackhead mother stepped into the room.

"What the hell's your problem?" She interrigated while raising a bottle of whiskey to her cherry red lips. She had a lit ciggerette in her other hand and it was bothering Jess's lungs, so she coughed while answering.

"Daniel," She choked between her tears," He cheated on me.. I saw him."

"Whatever you'll find someone," Sge said unthoughtfully leaving the room. Jessica raised her eyebrows and watched her walk away. Her heart dropped into her stomach heavily. She had lost everything, she was all alone. She stood up and slinked into the kitchen. Then she saw her escape.

Her mother's pills.

She shakily walked over to the counter and scooped them into the palm of her hand. Hesitating slightly, she raised them to her mouth, swallowing them carefully. Her tears began to fall as she devoured the rest of them. She knew she had just given up her life, but she had lost everything.

Her eyes began to get blurry as the phone began to ring. Her hands shakily reached for the phone but her body slid sideways onto the tile of the kitchen floor. She tried to heave herself upward, and she made it in the knick of time.

"Hello?" She swallowed.

"Jessica she came onto me I swear. Im so sorry," Daniel cooed to her. "I love you."

She gasped out once, not knowing whether it was the pain of her shattered heart or the overdose of drugs, but she managed to say one thing,"I love you, but your too late."

"Jessica what do you mean? Jessie say something!" He called frantically.

The phone line was cut off and Daniel screamed. He raced out if his house and sprinted down the block. He barged straight through her front door, his massive,bulky body breaking the door down. His fudge brown eyes fell upon his worst nightnare.

Jessica lay cold on the floor, her chest not rising and falling. Her body didnt move, she didnt smile, she wasnt there. Daniel dropped down beside her, carefully picking up her fragile corpse and clutching her against his chest. Her cried into her blonde hair, rocking and gasping. She was gone and it was because he let Elli come onto him. Now he had lost hia best friend, his soul mate.

Furious, he picked up a butchers knife and kissed Jessica's lips once before driving the knife through his windpipe. He fell over onto the kitchen tile, his blood pooling beneath them. And just like that, two lives of two young people are lost...

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wow...this really hit home. For some it just seems like a story, but this situation happens all the time. Love is blind, love hurts and love kills. Jumping to conclusions is a dangerous habit. half the time you're wrong, half, you're right and while the easiest way might seem to kill oneself, i've always found out that the next day is always easier. Not better, or happier...just easier to see things in their true perspective. A great story* Donna 2011-04-08 22:00:33 732
well, my teachers name is daniel willimas... and it sounds SO much like him.. lol i loved the story and everything Ishy 2011-04-13 16:27:28 749
this was so well put, this happens so often and people barely notice enough to care. this can speak to so many people and show that this is real life. some may think this is nothing, you just made it up but they have to know that this is reality for so many teens Nicole Haas 2011-07-03 14:44:32 856

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