Twinkle, twinkle, little star Perhaps the world wasn't meant for such an incredible love story, that would soon be legendary. It's this thought that makes me better understand how we're so connected to the stars and fascinated about the galaxy-it's the only thing close to big enough to embrace our love. To embrace us.
How I wonder what you are. Locking our hands together, I placed my head on his shoulder as we laid across the grass. His other arm was wrapped around me as he whispered little love confessions I've heard before but still gave me goosebumps.
Up above the world so high The words seemed to take shape in the sky, each star connecting to the other. Smiling, I turned over so I was facing him.
"Adam," I said, interrupting his description of my eye color: tree leaf green in the middle of summer. His favorite color.
"Yes?" he murmured, shifting so he was staring at the sky now instead of me.
"I think I'm ready."
"No," I breathed, sitting up. "To leave."
Startled by my sudden change in topic, and shocked by my seriousness, Adam bolted up.
Like a diamond in the sky.
"I'll marry you," he said suddenly. "I'll go to the deepest part of the garden and look for the forgotten diamond. The one from the legends, that's truly a fallen star."
"I'll just need a little time, maybe three days. But once I get it, we can have our ceremony the day after, and-"
"Stop!" I shout, irritated at his lack of care. "Marrying me won't stop me from wanting to leave. I've thought about this for awhile."
"Recently?" He asked, obviously remembering our argument about the idea of leaving several nights ago.
"I haven't stopped."
Shaking his head, Adam stalked over to the tree, and pounded his fist in it. I could hear him mutter and spit but not what he was saying. Yet in a sense, I didn't care. He couldn't stop me, not this time. Not even by promising me the stars.
Twinkle twinkle little star. Following his lead, I walked over to the tree, but instead of hitting it, I leaned against it.
"Please don't," Adam groaned, "I love it here, you love it here. We love it here. Why risk leaving it?"
"Because there has to be more," I sighed, scanning the tree for the first apple. "Besides, who knows? You might not have to leave."
"I couldn't live with myself if you weren't with me."
How I wonder… "I've loved you all this time, Adam. Come with me if you want, but if you must, stay. I'm sure you'll be granted another love. Perhaps you two won't be so hip to hip."
"Please Eve," Adam begged. "You don't understand, you're my star. I need you."
...what you are Grabbing an apple from the tree, I bit hard into the fruit, causing juice to drop down my chin.
Perhaps if the world could see Everything went black.
How these stars, came to be Eve's lifeless body fell to the ground, Adam dashing to catch her. Twinkle, twinkle, little star Crying, Adam clutch her against his chest. "I really tried to stop her," he sobbed, shaking. "I loved her most." How I wonder who you are Slowly, a sparked emerged from her body, where her heart was, and began racing up toward the night sky.
Twinkle Twinkle little star Also, if I have to pick 1 category I chose tragedy, but this is really a romantic tragedy.