Fading Love Essay

902 words - 4 pages

Through the fogginess of the early dawn, Dominique and Damian where taking advantage that Dominique's grandmother was away for the weekend, and sneaked out of the house to go out to the mountains, to see the sunrise until the late morning since it would be the last time that they would see each other because Damian's mother had gotten a better job offer across town. Dominique's grandmother did not allow them to be together, because they were too young. Dominique was 14 a very firelight completion, beautiful big hazel eyes, with curly long hair. She was very beautiful, she did not look like a 14 year old she looked older, and she was more developed than other girls her age. Dominique was sort of a tom boy ,her and Damian would go up to the mountains a play wrestling .Damian was 14 also and he was very handsome ,light brown hair ,hazel brown eyes. Damian was a very low tempered person, as well as Dominique. Damian and Dominique lived near the mountains they would go up there and meet each other. That morning was dark and foggy like other mornings but something of it wasn't right. Damian and Dominique where playing as usual freeze tag. While Damian was running after Dominique, she got scared and she fell down into the lake. Damian's called him out from the front of his house and said "Damian you are going to be late for football practice you better hurry up". Damian had always had an interest in football.Mean while Dominique was somewhere in the lake unconscious. Damian hadn't realize he had left her there , he was more worried of himself not getting into trouble, because he knew that he would get in trouble. A week later went Damian had just move into his new house, he was sitting down in front of the television set all by himself, he was flipping through the channels when he saw a picture of Dominique on the screen. The reporter, said that she had been reported lost for a week and if any one knew anything about her to call the police. Damian's reaction was shocking, he was wondering if what had happened to Dominique had been his fault. "Dominique is lost!" He knew that if he said anything about them seen each other for the last time at the mountains that he would get in...

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