Dawn breaks over the deserted historical city, minus one very famous, very old structure. A lone figure stands in a dead garden in a hole six feet deep. I hadn't slept all night, graves don't dig themselves after all. As I climbed out I looked over at the bundle wrapped in my coat and think back to last night.
I sifted through the remains of the Eiffel Tower, looking for any remains or any sign that Lecty was around. With the groan of metal and a heave I overturn a large beam and see her body, lying so still yet so serene. I gently reach down and lift her up and after carrying her out I wrap her in my coat.
"I never actually thought this is how it'd end." I say to her as I carry her through the deserted streats to the garden I had once seen as a child "I kill the one thing that kept me in the this life, I'm so stupid."
I set her down as I pick up a shovel and start digging. Luckily there's a full moon out tonight, makes it easier to see.
I lower Lecty's body into the grave, somehow this just seemed right. After another hour of filling the hole I look down at the small mound marking the most important person in my life. I removed my sword from my back and pulled my gun from my holster and set them down on it, just like her I'd leave everything I was here. As I turn to leave I seize up and cough up a large amount of blood.
"I'll be seeing you in a little while." I say back to the grave and as I leave I touch a tree and whisper something. As I step out into the streets to leave the garden bursts into life, flowers of every color and hue bloom and the tree's spring into life, the one gift I could give her that would actually mean something.
Seventeen years later
RING! The bell rang through out school signalling the end of classes for the day. A boy with short brown hair and green eyes wearing the schools uniform rushes out of class. Unlike the other students he wasn't interested in why the Eiffel Tower no longer existed. After grabbing his things he rushes to the front doors, not noticing the blonde inadvertently stepping infront of him. WHUMPH, the two plow into each other, paper flying everywhere.
"Oh crap!" the boy says quickly sitting up and looking around at all the papers, liuckily everything of his was in hsi bag.
"Watch where you're going!" The girl snaps trying desperately to sort out the mess.
The boy drops his bag and begins grabbing the papers too. After getting a good stack he notices the rest are already in the girls hands and reaches his out to her. As she reaches out their hands touch and they look up at each other. They stop and stare curiously, a wave of familiarity and nostalgia washing over them. Another bell ringing brings them out of their trance and the girl grabs the papers and stands up.
"Sorry about that." the boy says grabbing his bag and standing up "Let me make it up to you. How about coffee?" he puts on his best smile for a reason even he doesn't know.
"I'm busy." the girl says walking by "But," she stops and they turn to each other "I'll probably be free for dinner. About seven o'clock." she smiles at him and walks off down the hall.
The boy smiled as he walked out the front doors of the school. He looked around at the beautiful springtime plants and took a deep breath. Somehow, for some reason, everything just felt right, like what should be happening was happening.
Y'know I just thought up the last part on the spot and I just had to add it, it was sooooo sweet. Sorry that this isn't how you wanted it to end. I guess you can blame me for that.
Go ahead and use our fight however you want, do what you want. I look forward to reading it.
How about this for our next fight. I'm the King of my own country and you're the Queen of your's. Our army's are fighting over some dispute and it's our final battle, we're meeting in the middle of the battlefield.