Meet Me at the End of the World - (1.1)





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Published on Oct 2, 2008

i decided to make different intros for each episode instead :P
so check it out! :D

The Departure

Joe's P.O.V.

I smiled as we, Demi and I, were near the lake, watching the sunset. It was beautiful; just like Demi. I watched as the graceful white birds flew across the sky, singing a song of their own. Everything was so peaceful and quiet.

I leaned back and felt Demi's hand touch mine. She smiled at me with that twinkle in her brown eyes. Man, I loved it.

We were sitting on the checkered blanket we had lay on the dock, a picnik basket in between. I plucked the strings on my guitar next to me with the hand that wasn't holding Demi's. Demi giggled and cuddled closer to me. I shivered. I'm not sure if it was because of the cool breeze, her touch, or maybe even both.

"You okay?" She asked.

"Yeah I'm fine." I replied.

There were a couple more minutes of silence. All we wanted to do was watch the sunset together. Nothing more.

The reason we were at the lake was because we wanted summer vacation to be loaded with amazing memories! Renting a cabin at the lake was one of them. It was just us and no one else. But our parents trusted us so we tried not to do anything bad. TRIED.

I could feel Demi move against my body as she shivered.

"Are you cold?" I asked.

"A little... but it's okay." She smiled.

"No, I'll go get my sweater. It's in the cabin." I stood up.

"No, it's fine." She argued.

"I'm gonna go get it." I laughed.

"Okay," she gave up with a smile, "I'll be waiting. Don't take too long."

"I won't. I promise." I pressed my lips against hers and headed towards the cabin.

It might seem a little strange to be cold on a summer night, but the weatherman said it was supposed to rain right about this time. I believed him because he's usually right, unlike most weathermen.

I opened the door to the cabin and walked into the living room. My sweater had been lying on the couch, wrinkled. Eh, it didn't matter. It was still a good sweater.

My stomach growled as I looked into the kitchen. The apple on the counter calling to me, "Joe... Joe... Joeeee!" I ran into the kitchen, grabbed the apple, and shut it up! Then I heard it. I heard the rain pitter-pattering on the rooftop. Oh no! Demi!

I threw the apple onto the counter and with the sweater in my hand, I ran out into the rain. Why all of a sudden did it just start to pour?! It was pouring harder than EVER! How was this possible?! It was hard to see through the rain so I squinted.

"DEMI!" I shouted... no reply. A huge knot formed in my stomach. "DEMI!!"

"JOE!!! JOE, HELP ME!!" She was screaming for her life and it sounded as if she was crying.

The knot grew larger and larger as I got closer. Oh no. I saw four dark figures holding her up and carrying her into the woods.

"JOE!!!!" Her cries were louder. I ran as fast I could towards her and the dark figures. Why were they doing this?! Before I knew it I was within touching distance of them.

"WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!" I yelled. I still couldn't see who they were because of the rain. I wrapped my arms around Demi, trying to pull her away. She was crying, frantically screaming my name. I couldn't get her. They were too strong. "WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS?!" I shouted, still trying to pull away Demi. One of the dark figures raised his hand and knocked me right in the face.

Everything was in slow motion. I fell backwards, the sweater flying out of my hands. My vision grew blurry. I could make the outline of Demi grabbing onto the sweater and trying to break free. Her cries were echos. I couldn't save her. I wish I could've. But I couldn't. I failed. Before the darkness took over, the last thing I saw was Demi's necklace being thrown at me, and the last thing I heard was her cry for help, "SOMEBODY HELP!!!!"


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