Title: You're half a world away
Disclaimer: Twilight © Stephenie Meyer. No copyright infringement intended.
Summary: They were completely wrong for each other, but she made him feel whole and he couldn’t help being in love with her.
Word Count: 298
Edward sat on his black leather couch, listening to some classical music blaring from the stereo. The sun shone into the room and threw rainbows of colors across the floor. He watched the light. It was oddly comforting.
He was bored and lonely. Bored because he had nothing worthwhile to do or anything pointless either. He had done and seen everything he was curious about and some things he wasn’t even curious about he had seen and done.
And the one person whom he had wanted to see was currently gallivanting somewhere in
She was an angel- a creature of light and soul. And he didn’t have a soul and was a monster. They were two completely different people. He wasn’t supposed to feel this way about her. She was a mortal and she deserved to be loved by a mortal. Someone who could make her happy. Someone who she didn’t have to be afraid of.
But no matter how wrong for her he knew he was, he couldn’t stop feeling that way about her. She was incredible and special.
She awoke in him a hunger that he didn’t know how to satiate. It was terrifying and exhilarating and painful. But, Edward supposed he wouldn’t have called it true love if it didn’t hurt and was completely unreasonable and illogical.
Edward knew that love wasn’t all rainbows and sparkly sunshine and if Bella filled that empty void in his chest, he could forget, at least for awhile, that he was a dark, blood-sucking creature who hungered for her blood like a poor man starving for a loaf of bread.