Disclaimer: I own the boyfriend and that's all I'm telling you.
AN: This just popped into my head. To leave you guessing, I didn't write the characters names. Believe me you'll know who it is fast. The nickname will totally give it away.
Is It Possible?
Chapter 1 One Question
The young man wearing a plain green shirt, paired with a jean jacket, looked over at his girlfriend, who was sitting at the desk, looking at a picture that was in her hand. The young man moved a little closer to see whom it was of. To his surprise, it wasn't of him and her, but of her and her ex-boyfriend. She put it back in her photo album and sighed.
"Can I ask you a question," he asked.
"You can ask me anything," she smiled.
"Is it possible to love two people," he asked.
The eighteen year old girl had a blank look on her face. She had to think about her answer before telling him.
"You can love two people, just not at the same time," she said.
"Alright then. Can you be with somebody, but love someone else," he asked.
"Yes, it's possible to be with somebody but love someone else," she said.
The look he gave her scared her to death.
"Why are looking at me like that," she asked.
"What if you lost the one person you loved and it was you that did it," he questioned.
"Then I guess you truly didn't love that person," she said.
She tilted her head a little.
"You see, but that's it. What if you only think you don't love that person, but deep down in your heart, you won't stop loving that person," he asked.
Her mouth dropped open.
"What's it? I'm not getting you at all," she said. "Are you trying to tell me I made a mistake?"
"What if you still loved that person, even after the fact," he asked.
"If you're truly meant to be with that person, then love will find a way to bring you back together," she said.
"You love me, don't you, Ann," he asked.
She smiled. He always found a way to make her smile, but she didn't say anything.
"Well? You still love him too though," he sighed.
She looked up at him, mixed emotions written all over her face.
"I don't know what to say," she said.
"You don't have to say a word," he replied. "He's the only one that can truly make you happy. He's the one you've loved all this time. You may not think so, but after what you've told me about this guy, you look for guys that may not look like him, but is like him in many ways."
"You make me feel like I can do anything, say anything, be who I want to be," she cried.
"He did too. He had to have. Just because you moved away from him, you felt he wouldn't make you feel that way still," he said.
She put her hand over her mouth. How could he be telling her those kinds of things?
"It was my decision to do it," she yelled.
"But was it the right decision," he asked.
She didn't know what to think of that.
"I believe so. We both couldn't be there for each other because our duty was to something else. Who were we supposed to turn to when we needed someone? Phone conversations just weren't that powerful as they were at first. I turned to you, he turned to someone else," she cried.
"You're holding back," he said.
"Holding back what," she asked.
"No matter how much I was there for you, he was always there for you more," he said.
"Why are you pushing me to say I love him," she asked.
"Because you do. Ann, I want nothing but the best for you," he smiled.
"What if I say I do," she asked.
"Then you should go after him," he said.
"What if he's still seeing that other person," she asked.
She could not bear seeing the man she loved with anyone, especially that blonde bimbo.
"You said yourself… if it was meant to be, love will bring you back together," he said.
"Alright… I do. I do love him," she confessed.
One more chapter!