The Faithful Friendship

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One rainy fall day a girl who thought she was fading into the darkness of everything going on around her, decided that she wasn’t strong enough to be here anymore. She knew that she only had so much strength to live and she was at the end of it. She decided to call her one friend; the one who she knew could make her smile one last time. As she sat and thought about what to say she picked her phone up and started to dial and he phone begins to ring.

‘Ring ring’

“Hey what’s up?”

“Hey Nate, its Genesis.”

“What’s up Boo.” Genesis smiles at the sound of him calling her boo.

“Can we talk for a couple minutes?”

“Ya boo what’s up you sound like your upset.”

“I wish I could tell you what’s going through my mind.”

“Boo talk to me you know I’ll always be here to listen and talk to you.”

“I know and that’s why I love having you around.”

Genesis looks down and knows that he can tell something is wrong. For a couple minutes the phone has an odd silence. She hears a door close outside. She gets up and looks out the window and there is Nate sitting on the hood of his car. Genesis heads down the stairs and runs over to Nate into his arms. Nate looks down and sees the tears in her eyes.

“Boo what’s wrong?”

Genesis hugs him and whispers “everything!”

Nate lifts her face up so he can see her face and softly says, “Nothing is Boo you’re safe and loved and that won’t ever change.”

Genesis just smiles and knows that he does love and care about her. Nate and Genesis start talking about things and moments that they had done and saw together. Nate recalls the day they really started talking.

“Remember the day that you and I first came started really talking. You were the quiet one over on the couch that stayed quiet. You looked so into Matt’s message. When you walked outside you had tears in your eyes because you knew that he was speaking the…...

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