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The Impact- Part 2/2
Published Aug 29, 2011


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willy336

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Okay i noticed I didn't leave the website on my blog. Well it's on there now. But anyways, here is part 2. I will have this posted on my website too. It will take awhile to upload, but please be patient if you want to follow me to my website. This will be the last part I post here. Well I might be posting short stories here, but yeah... ENJOY!

Okay i noticed I didn't leave the website on my blog. Well it's on there now. But anyways, here is part 2. I will have this posted on my website too. It will take awhile to upload, but please be patient if you want to follow me to my website. This will be the last part I post here. Well I might be posting short stories here, but yeah... ENJOY! Ari's Pov-
I entered the house with eyes closed. Rosemary already went ahead of me. I heard the door of her room slamming. I let out a sigh. "So close. So close to-"
"So close to what?" The rough voice asked from beside me. "You took Rosemary to see him, didn't you?" He accused. "I did no such thing." I replied coldly. "I merely took her to a party. She is a teenager after all and she has to know how to be mature to become your heir. You should be grateful that I did you a favor, Ryan." I put my chin up and climbed upstairs with my unknown grace. Rosemary's POV-
I looked into the foggy mirror, wiping away enough just to see my face. I notice my brown roots starting to show again. "No way, I thought this dye would be permanent." My thoughts were interrupted by a memory of glasses on a male's face.
I went back into my room and just decided to go to bed. Falling asleep will probably bring back some type of clue of this confusion that swirled around my head. Mandy's POV-
Staring outside, I watched the sun rise up, so high and proud. Visions of Rosemary leaving occur frequently, always leaving me in hope and sadness. I never talked to her, but I have observed her in the shadows. I quickly got up from my seat and invited Ryan and Ari to eat breakfast in a small restaurant, Ari agreed eagerly while Ryan, after much pleading, agreed. Rosemary's soft footsteps of her stumbling back into her day old clothes and coming out her door rang in my ears. I made the car speed faster than usual. Ryan not noticing, but Ari clearly noticed and let a small smile creep up to her face. "Goodbye Rosemary. No more empty promises." Ari said barely audible. She knew I heard what she said.
Rosemary's POV-
After I nearly killed myself trying to get myself into my day old clothes, I went down the stairs to see what was all the commotion was about. No one was there. I then went into my mom's room.
I noticed a file laying on the floor. 'Mom would never leave her room dirty.' I said to myself. I quickly went over to the file. I sat down, observing the file as if it was planning to move anytime soon. The picture was a mug shot, but the address didn't match with the random guy. 'Wasn't that the house that had the party.' I pondered. Realization was a small ray of light in my head. I rushed into the bathroom. I scrubbed, almost making my scalp turn into fire, to make the blonde dye come out. I caked on make up and shoved myself in my old costume of a business woman. I ran to the garage, practically tackling my bike. I pedaled as fast I could. I said my last goodbyes to the house in my head. Mom finally kept her promise! My heartbeat was booming in my ears. Almost inhumanely, I managed to turn at the speed I was going. Once I saw the house, I quickly hopped off the bike, letting it crash into the wall. I brushed my skirt off, trying to make myself more presentable. My make up was probably ruined, but I didn't care. I just wanted to make sure no one recognized me. I put my hands over my ears, trying to ignore the symphony my heart was trying to conduct. My thoughts raced as memories that were opaque blocked realization. I didn't hear the roaring engine of a car be quieted down nor the approaching footsteps. It was only then that realization decided to come as a train wreck. The scraping of the gates opening with a strangled out 'hello' made it all too.. predictable. Too non-mom. No, it wasn't until I saw his eyes that the train wreck came. His eyes told me everything, no lies. Only truth. And the truth was that this man was my father, the one who missed out on every aspect of my life. I would have gone into an tantrum, but I saw pain, confusion, and some kind of hope in his eyes. 'Does he even know he has a daughter?' I wondered. The 'Do I know you?' from him answered my silent question. Wells let me just say this.... I have nothing to say :3 Comment, Rate, and

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#1Foxi_iveyAug 30, 2011

why can't you post the rest here AND o your website?  I like this story! \:D

#2willy336Sep 3, 2011

aww thank you! I'm actually thinking about that too. I'm glad you like the story!
It means a ton.
~Allie

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