OMG!!!! –Starts crying- this is it. The ending of another story. It feels like I'm losing one of my friends.

I don't own D.Gray-Man. I do not own in it in a box, I do not on it with a fox. I do not own it here or there, I do not own it anywhere. I do not own D. Gray-Man, or delicious green eggs and ham.

Allen walked down the long path holding onto Lavi's arm. Standing in front of her was her future husband Kanda. He was dressed in an onyx black suit with a white rose in the pocket. Allen herself had on a long white gown with a crowned veil on her head. The Black Order had gone all out for the wedding. Ever since Allen and Kanda had started dating the entire place just seemed happier. Most people assumed this was because the coldest person in the entire place, Kanda, was happy. It was amazing how much he had changed over two years.

'2 years,' Allen thought. 'We've been together for two years. And now we're finally going to be one.'

She was so excited. And she couldn't help but think that none of this would have happened if she hadn't been kidnapped that one time. In an odd twisted was Road and Tyki were to thank. But that didn't mean that the surviving Noah had been invited.

Closer and closer Allen got to the front, to Kanda.

When she finally got there she gave Kanda a smile that made his knees go weak. He loved this girl with all his heart and was happy that today it would put in stone.

Finally Allen got to the front.

"You look beautiful," Kanda said smiling at his bride.

"Thank you, you look very handsome yourself," she answered blushing.

"Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to celebrate the holy matrimony of Yuu Kanda and Allen Walker…"

Neither one of them heard anything from that point on. They were too busy starring into each others eyes. Only coming out of their slight chance when they had to say "I do."

"And now," the priest said. "You may now kiss the bride."

Kanda leaned down to place his lips softly on Allen's. But right when he was about to kiss her he stopped.

"Allen," he said.

Why had he stopped so close just to say her name?


That was strange, his voice didn't sound as deep as it usually did.


It almost sounded like Linalee's voice.

"Allen, you need to wake up now."

It was weird. There was a strange force shaking her body. Slowly the image of Kanda was washed away leaving a black area. Slowly Allen's eyes opened to see Linalee shaking her.

"Allen, are you awake?" she asked looking down at the sleepy girl.

"I am now," she said groggily.

"Do you know what day it is?"

"Saturday," Allen answered.

"Do you know what month it is?" the Chinese girl asked.

"June," Allen said as she slowly woke up.

"It's the 6th of June." Allen said.

"Do you remember what's so special about today?"

"Umm, give me a minute. It'll come to me," Allen said raking her brain. 6th if June, 6th of June. What was so special about that particular date?

"Let me give you a hint, involves Kanda, rhymes with Smirthday…" Linalee said.

"OMG!!! IT'S KANDA'S BIRTHDAY!!" Allen said and she rushed out of the room. Linalee sighed; the girl never had the best memory so Linalee was always reminding her of little things.

Allen rushed down the hall towards Kanda's room. She had the small present in her pocket from when she had bought last week. It was a small pocket watch with a dragon on it. When she finally reached his door she stopped to catch her breath before knocking on her door.

Knock, knock, knock.

Kanda knew it was Allen just from the gentle yet firm knock on his door. He opened the door with a small smile on his face.

"I was wondering when you would remember," He said as he stepped aside letting his girlfriend of two years into the room.

"Yeah, yeah. You know I don't have the best memory," she said as she sat on his bed. "Anyways I got you a present." She dug around in her pockets. "It's here, somewhere. I remember buying it." After a few minutes of digging she pulled out a small navy blue box. "Here it is!" she said in triumph.

"It's good to know you haven't completely lost your ability to remember things," Kanda said taking the small box. "You know you didn't have to get me anything, right?"

"I know, but I wanted too," Allen said. "Open it."

After tenderly opening the gift Kanda pulled out the watch. His heart did a small flip. How did this girl always know what to get him? "Thank you, it's very beautiful," he said. "Now I have something for you."

"Kanda, you're not supposed to get people stuff on your birthday," Allen said.

"If you like it, consider it another present for me."

"Okay, what is it?"

"Close your eyes," Kanda said. Allen closed her eyes and listened to Kanda scrambled around his room for a few minutes before scuttling back over to Allen. "Alright, open your eyes," he said.

Allen opened his eyes to see Kanda on his kneeling in front of her.

"Allen Walker, will you marry me?" he asked.

Allen just stared at Kanda, happiness playing across her face. "Yes," she said. "Yes, of course I'll marry you!!!" Allen waited for Kanda to put the fin on her finger before jumping into Kanda's arms.

"Allen," Kanda said into her hair. "You've made me the happiest man on Earth."

"Kanda, can I tell you a secret?" Allen asked.

"Yes, anything," he said.

"I was late because I fell asleep and was having a dream about our wedding," she said.

"Then I guess you knew it was meant to be," he said kissing her on the lips.

This was the end of the teenage romance, and the beginning of so much more.

Ok everyone, this is it. The ending of Looking for That One Girl. I hope everyone likes it. There's a 50 chance that I'm writing another story where Allen is a girl so stay tuned.

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