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Undeniable Love.

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? Undeniable Love ? Sophie and Alana sat in the corner of a very lively and noisy coffee shop as they did regularly. The air was heavily scented with coffee and the lights were dim creating a cosy and warm atmosphere. Many people from the surrounding office buildings spent their lunch break sipping coffee and reading the newspapers there. As best friends do, they were having their usual chitchat on the subjects of clothes, music, weekend events and of course, the unmissable gossip. Sophie and Alana were a contradiction, even in their appearance, although it is often said that opposites attract. This was very true for them, as they were very close friends, and had been since primary school. Sophie was a very open and sentimental person and believed very much that people were good at heart. Alana tended to be more sceptical about people and believed that Sophie had fallen into the trap of self- deception. Sophie worked in the office of a private health clinic on Harley Street, not too far away from the coffee shop. Alana had recently taken a job as a fitness instructor at a nearby gym. The weather that day had been pleasant throughout the morning but was now getting cooler and the air hinted of approaching rain. They began to discuss the latest Tom Cruise movie when the subject finally turned to men. ...read more.


Sophie was offended by Alana's comments, and she made an excuse to leave. "Well, I should get back to work. I'll see you here at the same time tomorrow", she said, and with that she put the strap of her handbag over her shoulder and walked out. Sophie had been thinking about what Alana had said for the rest of the day. Her focus was far away from her work, and she did nothing but sit at her desk and gaze out of the window of her office. As bitter as Alana had sounded, her thoughts on the practicalities of love had some truth to them. What really did make her think that James loved her? What exactly was the "something" that she couldn't explain, yet was sure she felt? On her way home, Sophie sat on the train, her heartfelt emotions taking over, and she was hardly able to wait to see James after the day that she just had. She always looked forward to seeing him. She stared at her ring and seeing the diamonds sparkle in the light and reflect all the colours of the rainbow she was now able to ignore what Alana had said to her earlier. She didn't need physical proof to know that she was being loved. Sophie opened the door, and found James on the sofa. ...read more.


James ran out of the open door, desperately trying to find his fianc�. The rain was falling hard on his face and blurring his vision, but he continued running. He needed to get to her, to explain to her, to stop her. He had an idea of where she might have gone. There was a small bridge nearby where they used to meet in the early stages of their relationship when love was newly exciting, not a foolish memory. That bridge carried significance to her. He stopped at the foot of the bridge, exhausted and out of breath. He yelled her name again, and glanced over to the other end. The dead end was becoming more visible as he was walking across. Perhaps his hunch had failed him. Maybe she had gone in the opposite direction. James felt the panic wash over him, what was he going to do? He turned back, feeling no real remorse but responsibility for her pain, until he noticed a small sparkle on the handrail of the bridge. It was Sophie's ring. James looked over the rail, took a long breath, and shut his eyes. Where had Sophie's undeniable love taken her? Her body floated rocking slowly in the dark water. James, disbelieving just stood and watched. The face of his fianc� immersed in darkness stared at him, almost punishing him. Her eyes were soulless, lifeless, almost like he felt. The guilt was driving him insane, but he couldn't yet grasp the fact that she was gone, forever. Tania Lapa 10M ...read more.

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