The Dream

"Keeley" she whispers, her silver hair floating around her. She is wearing a white dress, and she looks like an angel. No, more beautiful than an angel. I walk up to her and fall to one knee.

"Ellipsis," I say. I can see my words, floating out of my mouth in a reddish pink colour. The colour of love. "Ellipsis," I say again, testing it on my toungue. I stand and approach her, grabbing her hands. They're so warm. My lips touch hers in a passionate kiss, making up for years that were lost.


The thought is just a flicker but it shocks me. I pull away from Ellipsis slowly, so that she sees nothing is wrong. I pull her into a hug, feeling her hair against my cheek. I was right, it is soft.

"Keeley," she says, a chill runs down my spine, "Keeley," she yells it now, forcefully. She's shaking my shoulders.

Her image starts to fade, her figure wavering, disintegrating beneath my hands as I try to catch her.

"Ellipsis!" my cry rips through the silence.


I jolt up in bed to see my mother shaking my shoulders, waking me for school. It's been 2 weeks since I've seen Ellipsis.

"You were out cold, are you alright?" she feel my forehead.

"Yes mum, I'm fine. Please, I'll be down soon." I motion towards the door.

"Alright, alright I'm leaving. But don't let your food get too cold!" she shuts the door behind her and I lay back down in bed.

For 14 nights I've had that dream. I don't know what it means, and I've told no one. All I know is that soulmates is the thing that always makes my heart flutter and my stomach churn, but I know it's right. I want to go back to sleep, finaly find the end of The Dream.

The End

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