|It's Us Even For Eternity
Author: Leonara821 PM
Bella has no knowledge of who she is. Will the Cullens be able to help her find her true identity? And what will arise when love blooms between two immortals?Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Supernatural - Bella & Edward - Chapters: 3 - Words: 5,777 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 7 - Follows: 9 - Updated: 09-06-11 - Published: 06-03-11 - id: 7047320
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The temple was bright. Its white marbled walls, of which were lined with intricate gold designs, seemed as if they were created with magic. It was true, though, to some extent. The man who built this is a very powerful man. He was a king to many and a god to all. He was also very good looking, so to say. Chin length chestnut brown hair, eyes that were like hazel stones and a very well built body. Despite of his abusive use to his power, he was still able to manage to maintain his youth. And although he was growing older by the year, he still looked as if he was barely forty. He wasn't cold-hearted but he wasn't the warmest, either. He was in between. He had a good hold on balance thus making him the perfect leader.
"Jane," he called the small girl who patiently waited by his side. "Kindly, call upon my Tia. I need to speak to her."
The dark haired girl nodded at him before rushing off into the chambers. She stopped by the doorway of a room, smiling at the sight before her. A mother and a child. They were sitting face to face, laughing and talking about something that Jane couldn't understand. She smiled at the little girl before knocking thrice and catching both their attention. "Goddess Tia, God Amun calls of you." She bowed her head in respect for both her goddesses before smiling at them again. Jane was an untroubled soul. She was smiling all the time, accentuating her cheekbones and her grey eyes even more. She had black bob-cut hair and pink thin lips. She was also small but that didn't hinder her from being as powerful as as the gods and goddesses. In fact, she was a demi-god. Her mother is human and her father was a god and a good friend of Amun, the god of all gods and goddesses.
The mother turned back around to face her child once more and told her, "Zafrina, I have to talk to your father. You can play out in the garden but remember-"
"Do not enter the big tree." The little girl finished her own mother sentence before giving her a smile.
Tia gave the child a smile and a kiss on the forehead before standing up and turning to walk towards Jane. "At the moment, Jane, kindly look after her. Thank you." She also smiled at Jane before leaving the room. Tia was the perfect mother. She was caring, responsible, loving, soft-hearted and, of course, beautiful. She had long auburn hair that blended well with her deep set blue eyes which were rimmed with dark thick long lashes. She had a pale heart shaped face and full pink lips. It was just befitting for her to be with a beautiful man as well. It was kismet for them.
"As always, you look adorable, Zafrina." Jane skipped to the little girl and bowed down upon the presence of her goddess. As she lifted her head back up, her eyes locked mischievously with the little one's, grey meets blue. She picked her up and gave the little girl a hug. Jane was the only friend of the child, despite of their age differences. Zafrina has, only, around five years of existence while Jane had about a decade and eight.
As soon as Jane set the child back on her feet, Zafrina grabbed her friend's hand and pulled her out into the garden. The little girl loved playing in the garden. She loved how the already green grass turned even greener with her every step. She loved how the flowers bloomed with her every touch. And she loved how the butterflies and dragonflies surrounded her. This was no wonder to anybody else but her. After all, she is the daughter of the god of all the gods and goddesses and the goddess of Earth. Her sapphire eyes would always widen at the sight of the beauty around her but what she didn't know was that she is the most beautiful creature in the universe.
And then there was the big tree. The forbidden tree was almost like the forbidden fruit that the humans believed. It was said that entering this tree would take you to another place, take away your memories and awaken the human in you. But the child had no knowledge of this, only the fact that she is not allowed to enter it.
She took one run around the big tree. She stopped and gasped when she saw the black gap, just about the size of her. She was a curious one and the tree did not escape her inquisitiveness. She looked one more time at Jane, who was preoccupied, laughing at the man that always visited her. Zafrina turned her head again to check her vicinity before taking her final step and letting herself fall into the black hole. Realizing what she had done, she let out a scream but nobody had heard her. Soon enough, she fell into silence and the darkness took over her.
A couple were celebrating their anniversary, hiking around the forest. Being avid hikers back in the day, the man only thought that this was the best idea for their five-year anniversary celebration. This couple were kindhearted people. They were loved in the tiny little town of Forks, Washington. Only a few hated the Swans but it was only because they were jealous of their healthy lifestyle. But just like any other couple, they, too, have their own problem. They don't have a child. They tried. Very hard, but, no luck. They were on the brink of giving up and were looking into adoption, instead.
"I've talked to a couple of adoption agencies." The woman mentioned, wrapping and arm around her husbands middle.
The man turned around to face his wife, "Renee, can we please just put this off for now? It's our day. Let's have fun."
Renee looked into his eyes for a few seconds, understanding his intentions before nodding and looking back down on the ground.
Renee was appealing enough for a woman in her late twenties. She had short curly reddish hair and her eyes were blue. She was pale and freckles ran across her diamond face. She was, too, of average height but she was thin, not overly so, but nonetheless, thin.
Charlie Swan, her husband, was a quiet fellow. He wasn't very good with expressing his emotions unlike his wife. Charlie thought he was plain looking with his brown hair and eyes but to Renee, he was handsome. He was tall at around six feet and he wasn't very well built, he wasn't fat and he wasn't very thin, either. He was just right.
The clouds rolled in, the skies turned gray and the thunder shook the heavens. Both of them looked up and decided to start their journey back home. It started drizzling and they planned on hurrying up and taking the shorter trail until they came across a place wherein all the plants seemed gray and wilted. They stopped in their tracks and came face to face with a big tree. Probably the biggest they've ever seen. But that wasn't what caught both their attention.
At one side, a little girl of barely five years was hugging her knees tight in terror. She was beautiful beneath all the dirt that covered her. She was the most beautiful child that the couple has ever seen. She had a pale heart-shaped face, full lips and perfect cheekbones. Her black rimmed sapphire irises had the perfect dash of golden flecks. And that right there made the couple gasp.
Renee was the first to make a move, crouching before the girl. "What's your name?" She asked nervously. The thunder sounded through again, and the rain got stronger.
The girl meekly shrugged and hugged her knees even tighter.
"Okay. How about...Where are your parents?" She asked again, gaining her confidence and voice back.
The girl shrugged again.
Renee turned her head around to look at her husband, telling him of her decision. Her decision to bring her along. If somebody left her out her alone, they weren't doing it again. There was something about this little stranger. They couldn't just leave her there.
She locked eyes with Renee's blue ones. Some form of familiarity surged through her veins but the little girl couldn't point out where she saw those pair of eyes. She searched her memory for anything but what she didn't know was that her memory is now long gone.
"I'm Renee and he's Charlie." The woman said, pointing to her man.
The little girl's eyes flickered from the woman's eyes to the man's hair color. But she still couldn't say where she last saw that color. Perhaps the ground? No. That color's a much lighter one. Her grip around her knees loosened as she breathed heavily in and out.
Renee's eyes averted to the girl's choice of clothing. It was a simple white drape cloth. She realized that it was raining but it seemed to have lessened back into a drizzle. She eyed the little girl's dress again and suddenly, she worried for her health.
The little girl took a few steps towards Renee, stopping just right before her. She locked eyes with her again before hugging her and whispering, "Mother." The rain stopped altogether and the sun shined back again. The plants, too, started getting back their life.
Upon hearing that, Renee promised that she would love this girl like her own. She sighed in relief before smiling and standing up, carrying the little girl along with her.
Charlie watched as his wife grew happier. That made him happier. He didn't think twice about taking the child with them. If she was going to bring happiness to both their lives, he could never turn her down. He grinned as the two females closed in on him and he extended his arms for a hug, welcoming the child into his life.
The little girl pulled back and smiled, reassuring herself of her decision to go with this couple. She yawned and when she opened her eyes they weren't blue anymore, instead they were of a dark brown shade. She smiled again and settled her comfortably on Renee's shoulder, letting sleep take over her tired form.
Charlie and Renee looked at each other in wonder but brushed it aside. They knew something was weird but they wouldn't mind that. Happiness was what's important for now.
"Are we sure about this?" Charlie turned to Renee.
"I know I am. I'm not letting her stay out here, Charlie."
"I know, I know. I wouldn't, too." He sighed before continuing, "I'll fix her papers immediately. As long as her parents don't come looking for her. We'll give them a week's notice."
Renee only nodded one and continued their trip back home.
"She doesn't have a name, yet." Renee said.
"Well, what should we call her then?"
"Isabella. Isabella Marie." She said as she entered the backdoor of their tiny yellow house.
I reposted the whole chapter, changed a few things and such. Umm..Thanks for those who sent their reviews the last time. Hopefully, this one, I get to finish because I love the idea here. But being a senior in highschool has its moments so I do hope that you bear with me if I go on hiatus or something. *smiles* And I do appreciate reviews... :))