• ratuil
"If a clock could count down to the moment
you meet your soul mate, would you want to
One minute, 37 seconds.
My legs are shaking. Holy cow, there is no way
1 can do this. None.
One minute, 29 secods.
I glance around at the faces surrounding the
room. Of course my Meeting would take place in
the gross, overcrowded cafeteria.
One minute, six seconds.
Somewhere within these four walls, someone
has the exact same countdown on their wrist.
They're going through the exact same pressure as
54 seconds.
Mom said I should be excited, not nervous. Yet!
Still find myself wiping my sweaty palms on my
dress. I can't believe she talked me into wearing a
dress. I mean, shouldn't my Soul Mate meet me
as I normally am? All plain jeans, blah shirts, and
wild brown curls?
30 seconds.
Something deep within me tells me to stand up.
Ido, drawing the attention of my tablemates. They
all know too. They smile encouragingly up at me. I
chew my lip nervously.
25 seconds.
That same feeling pulls me towards the center
of the room. My stomach drops away from me as I
take that direction.
20 seconds.
I continue in that direction. With each step the
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    • This would be awesome
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    • @BubbaGumpShimpCo, #foreveralone
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    • @SporksForLyfe_SA, What if you were born with out a clock that would be sad
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    • The end
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    • 4. "It's ok, I'm just in a hurry to meet my soulmate" she said as she tried to wipe off the coffee with a napkin. "Hey, me too!" He told her just before he looked her in the eyes. They both heard the faint "click" as both their clocks fell off at the same time.
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    • 3. He looked at his watch in astonishment. Three minutes!!! What was he going to do?!? He got up, and rushed to the door, still looking at his clock, and didn't notice the person coming in. "I'm so sorry!" He said as he spilt all his coffee over a woman's who had just entered.
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    • 2. When he woke up, he was very very tired. He decided to go get coffee at Starbucks a few blocks away. He ordered his coffee and looked at his watch; three minutes, 23 seconds
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    • 1. He only had a day left. The seconds seemed to go by too quickly. Of course he was scared. But he was excited too. He tried to calm himself as he tried to sleep, but it was pointless. He finally fell asleep after hours of tossing and turning.
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    • 4: monitor. She had lived. After hearing the news from my friends. I pulled the sleeves up on my shirt. My friends began to worry when I started crying. But these were tears of joy, because my clock was counting down.
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    • 3: the rumors. A girl named Jenny at my school had been swimming, but she must have gotten tired. She was pulled out of the water and was said to be died by the doctors at the hospital. It must have been a miracle because when the doctors were about to give up they heard a faint beeping on her
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    • 2: my head. I heard about this. People told stories of if your soul mate died both your and their clock stopped. So I didn't tell any body, I didn't do anything that night, just cried. And for the rest of the night I refused to look at my clock. The next day I went to school. That's where I heard
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    • 1: I didn't tell anyone, not even my mother. I was too scared to. Too scared to think of what they would think, or what they world say. But about an hour ago is when it happened. The slow second apart ticking of the clock on my arm stopped. My heart stopped and I started to have panicked thoughts in
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    • Omg this..this is amazing and freakn sad
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    • Or if your clock ticks down and you meet your soulmate but they still have like three years left.
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    • I sort of want one now
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    • I just might write a book about this
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    • Why are we not funding this!!
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    • I read it all
      leevmealone_2016 28 may 2014
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