First angst story! Hope you like it! R&R!

Oh yeah, I don't own the poem.

He made her jealous

On purpose he tried.

When she asked "do you love me?"

On purpose he lied.

He played with jealousy

Like it was a game.

Little did he know

Things would never be the same.

His plan was working

But he had no clue

How wrong things would go,

The damage he would do.

One night she broke down,

Feeling very alone.

Just her and the blade,

No one else home.

She dialed his number,

He answered, "Hello"

She told him she loved him

And hung up the phone.

He raced to her house

Just a minute too late.

Found her lying in blood,

Her heart

Had no rate.

Beside her was a note,

In it her confession.

Her love for this boy,

Her only obsession.

As he read the note,

He knelt down and cried.

Grabbed her knife,

That night they both died.

She was found in his arms,

Both of them dead.

Under her note

His handwriting said:

"I loved her

So, she never knew.

All this time

I loved her too."


That night, Sven couldn't think of anything else but the two people he valued more than himself in the world. Yes, he was angry at him for playing with her feelings but he knew, he loved her with all of his heart.

That night, Rinslet was crying all the water on her system on Jenos' shoulders, which was in turn, holding back his own tears. They couldn't accept the fact that the people they treated as their friends were gone.

That night, Tearju's tears were running down her face but she didn't care. She was dead, the one she treated as her own daughter.

And on that faithful night, two souls ascended to heaven with their arms around each other. They could finally be with each other, forever.

Feeling a gush of wind, Sven, Rinslet, Jenos and Tearju found themselves saying this at the same time.

"May you two rest in peace, Train and Eve".

It was funny, they mused. How their deaths could create a sad domino effect.

"People will forget what you said.
People will forget what you did.
But people will never forget how you made them feel."

-Akitsuki Akira-