The last Twilight movie comes out today. I've never actually seen any of these movies, so, naturally, I'm totally qualified to write a little Twilight fan fiction. Check it:
Twilight: Breaking Dawn – The Final Chapter: The Saga Ends
by Dan Grgas
“The sun is rising,” said Edward. “Dawn is breaking.”
Bella jumped off of her wolf and Edward followed suit. “Patience, my love,” she said. “We are almost at the end.”
They looked into one another’s eyes. Oh, so much time wasted-– yet, so much shared. They kissed passionately, as if their world was about to end at any moment, their souls becoming one, their hearts beating with desire, their entire beings conjoining into one unit.
“What was that?” Edward said, breaking from his soul kiss with Bella. “The woods.”
They both turned to see Taylor Lautner’s figure silhouetted in the receding moonlight.
“Hello, Edward. Hello, Bella,” he said. “The end is nigh.”
“You know you have no place here!” Edward shouted at Lautner, taking a step toward his foe. “Be gone from this place! It is the only way-– or else the seal shall be broken and we will both be banished to the Sun of Never-Ending Night!”
“You think that, old friend,” Taylor spake, “you think those thoughts tinged with superstition.”
He cackled wildly until Bella’s voice shimmered out from the dawn light behind Edward to address Lautner, to let him know-– to make him feel-– that there was indeed no place for the two of them in this world. “There is no place for us in this world, Taylor!” she said, needing to make sure that he knew that, above all else. “Above all, by now you must know this, Taylor!” she proclaimed, knowing at the same time that, sure, it might have worked in another world, but here, in this world, the world of Night, she was Edward’s, and Edward hers.
She walked toward Taylor in the receding moonlight. “Taylor,” she whispered, knowing his hearing was acute, “Let me go.”
“No!” he howled, awakening the slumbering turtledoves in the surrounding wood. “I will make a place for us!”
He then launched himself toward Bella and Edward, but Edward, quick as ever, pulled out his broadsword and drove the mighty blade deep into Lautner’s chest.
Slain, Taylor Lautner fell to his knees, the mighty blade still embedded in his black heart. He looked to Bella who had knelt beside him. “My love is the Cry of the Wolf-Creature, and the Raven swoops to reclaim me…I love you, Bella…”
He breathed his final breath and his life expired as his soul rose to meet The Moon-Maker.
Edward ripped the mighty blade from Taylor’s chest and bent over his victim to begin drinking his blood. Bella said, “Goodbye, Taylor. Dawn was never meant to break for you.”
She closed his eyes with her delicate, pale fingertips and then rose to recite a vampire prayer for the dead she had learned from Edward.
The vampire’s day
Is always night
A fallen soldier
To the light’s bright day
Edward, having consumed all of Lautner’s blood, rose next to Bella and took her pale, delicate hands into his. “He was a warrior. Too bad he could never see the error of his night-wantings.”
Bella looked deep into the eyes of her one true love, Edward. His eyes, she thought, Oh, how they burned like the light he could never see in this land.
“I love you, my sweet.”
“And I you.”
They kissed, then and there, with the passion of six thousand eons of night; a kiss that would last an eternity, sure as the night is as dark as a pool of frozen obsidian.
They broke apart from one another, much like the dawn around them. “Bella, we must leave,” he said to her.
They mounted their mighty wolves and swiftly rode off, two lovers with the world at their backs and the future in front of them. They knew that the rode was full of peril, for they were star-crossed. But as their wolves pulsated below them, their coats glistening in the breaking dawn, Bella and Edward knew they had the most powerful thing in the world on their side: Love.
- THE END -
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