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 Nessie Black
Nessie Black
I sat at the computer, typing an email to my worried parents. Ever since I moved Micah and I to Colorado four years ago, they have been going crazy. They come down and visit whenever they can, but since the sun is out all the time, that is rare.

"Mommy," I hear Micah's little voice from the kitchen. He has grown so much in the past few years. Since he was premature, I thought he would be pretty tiny, but he has grown big like Jacob.

"What Micah?" I look at the door frame and see him sanding there with his thumb in his mouth.

He sighs and looks up sadly at me.

I stand and walk over to him. "What is it honey?" I kneel down and avvolgere my arms around him.

"Why don't I have a daddy like Will does?" I had hoped he wouldn't ask that.

I look at him and try to think of an answer. He knows when I am lying to him, so I have to tell the truth.

"Your daddy had to go away for a while, but he'll meet te someday."

"You promise?" He takes his hand out of his mouth and wraps his arms around me too.

"Yes, I promise." I smile faintly at him and he nestles his head in my shoulder.

I pull him back and look at his face. There is so much of Jake in him, that I almost feel I can see him standing successivo to Micah.

"Now te were supposed to be napping." I pick him up and walk to his bedroom.

It is all decorated with wolves. Kind of a bad omen about his future, but that is what he wanted.

I put him on his letto and tuck him in. Before turning out the lights I glance back at him and watch his little eyes close.

The time has finally come to where, I don't know what to do anymore. My son has spent his entire life with out his dad, and I haven't done anything about it.

We need someone to support us. To put Cibo on the table. I need to let Jacob go and find someone to protect us.

I walk to my bedroom and lay across the mattress, hoping tomorrow will be an easier day.

Part 2. Jacobs POV

The instant it happened, everything stopped making sense. There was no air to breathe, nothing for me to touch, to feel. I was floating. I tried to stand up, to see where I was, but I was already standing. It was strange because just a secondo before I was flying through the air. There was a striking pain through my chest and then the nothingness.

I looked around and tried to see my hands but nothing was there. I was invisible. I looked down and saw a lupo that looked exactly like mine lying on the ground with a huge piece of wood in it's heart. Then it hit me, the lupo on the ground was me. I was on the ground dying, o at least my body was.

Then there were people swarming around the wolf. I saw the Cullen's and a few of the pack. Edward pulled the branch out of me. I could almost feel a little tickle on my chest. I could see that they were trying to see if I was alive o not, and they were leaning più towards the secondo idea. Then I heard the words I was dreading, 'He's dead'. At that moment I started panicking. I thought about it and came to the conclusion that at the instant I died, my spirit escaped from my wolf, just like my grandfathers.

I knew I needed to find another body to fill. The time seemed to pass so slowly. I finally found an animal to adapt to.

And when I did, I was able to phase back to my human form. But I had no idea how much time I had taken in the process.
 Micah Black
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Chapter 23. THE TRUTH
I HAD THE SENSE THAT I'D BEEN ASLEEP FOR A VERY long time—my body was stiff, like I hadn't moved once through all that time, either. My mind was dazed and slow; strange, colorful dreams—dreams and nightmares—swirled dizzily around the inside of my head. They were so vivid. The horrible and the heavenly, all mixed together into a bizarre jumble. There was sharp impatience and fear, both part of that frustrating dream where your feet can't sposta fast enough… And there were plenty of monsters, red-eyed fiends that were all the più ghastly for their genteel civility....
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*by Stephenie Meyer*


If I'd ever feared death before in the presence, it was nothing compared to now.
He streaked through the dark, thick underbrush of the forest like a bullet, like a ghost. There was no sound, no evidence that his feet touched the earth. His breathing never changed, never indicated and effort. But the trees flew da at deadly speeds, always missing da inches.
I was too terrified to close my eyes, though the cool forest air whipped against my face and burned them. I felt as if I were stupidly sticking my head out the window of an airplane...
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Chapter 1 – Engaged

Where was Alice? I want to have another try…

I was trying my best to bore into Alice’s head, I desperately wanted to see it, the beautiful dress she had chosen for Bella, my Bella...I reminded myself and smiled. She was making it very very difficult; she was translating Battle Hymm of the Republic into various languages. I was as curious to know about the dress as I was to read Bella’s thoughts.

Alice had gone shopping all alone for the dress of course; long before Bella even agreed to marry me. She was always ready for a dozen different futures. So there was no hope...
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    I didn't know how this was happening. But I did know that Edward loved Bella unconditionally. Even if I couldn't understand it. Yet, why on earth is he letting this nonsense go on. I thought he wanted Bella to stay human, not take her soul, bring her to a life of hiding. Edward knew how much I've been through. What I'm still going through. Bella needs to stay human, have children, get old. That's the life everyone should have. That's the life I should have had. I thought maybe she would get it through her head to stay human once I told her my horrible end of a life....
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*by Stephenie Meyer*


As I half-ran to class, my head was spinning faster than the bottle cap. So few domande had been answered in comparison to how many new domande had been raised. At least the rain had stopped.
I was lucky; Mr. Banner wasn't in the room yet when I arrived. I settled quickly into my seat, aware that both Mike and Angela were staring at me. Mike looked resentful; Angela looked surprised, and slightly awed.
Mr. Banner came in the room then, calling the class to order. He was juggling a few small cardboard boxes in his arms. He put them down...
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