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Impossible Love - Chapter Six

Someone once told me... when a guy stalks a girl or vice versa, it means that he/she is madly in love with that person. What do you think? Jasper and Ally met for the first time in person. He tried to resist her, but he couldn't. I think it all depends on the situation... but Jasper... Jasper was madly in love and little did he know Ally was too.
He locked up the company's van and they both walked together to the train station. On the way to the station, Ally received a message from Lana stating that she was already at the station waiting for her.

Ally and Jasper didn't even notice that this was the first time they met each other like officially in person. When they now started messaging each other, Jasper sent her a picture of him and that is how she knew it was him. The picture was of poor quality but she could still make out some distinctive features of his face, she couldn't pass straight. It was as though she was familiar with him a long time now.

Jasper's POV

"I can't believe you recognized me in one glance," I said to her.

"I know it is as though I know you from a long time ago," she replied.

I wonder if she remembered me from the office that day? I wonder if she noticed that I was the guy standing in her office who didn't respond to her?

She was so amazing. The way she carried herself about... she was just simply flawless.

"Ally, can I ask you something?" I asked as we hurried down the block to meet the train station. "Do you remember me?" I asked.

"What do you mean if I remembered you?" She said. "Should I remember you?"

"Do you remember the morning of the day we started talking, a guy was in your office waiting on some documents on the second floor?"

"A guy on the second floor... oh wait was that you?" She asked. "You stood there and you didn't say a word."

"Yes," he said smiling. "It was me, sorry about that, I was just caught off guard." I said not trying to scare her with all the emotions I was trying to hide inside. I said, "I really need to talk to you Ally." As I said that I noticed she glanced away and then looked at her watch. "The thing is I really don't know how to explain this to you, but I can't stop thinking about you, the last two weeks was hell for me. All sorts of things was going through my mind, I was wondering why you wasn't messaging or calling me."

"Ally, I really like you."

There I just had to get that off my chest, I felt as though I was a bubble waiting to explode. We were coming up to the train station and I noticed after I said all that Ally just glanced at her cell phone and glanced at me after.

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Ally's POV

I was surely going to miss the train if I didn't hurry. Hmmm I can't believe he felt that way about me. If only he knows that I feel the same way. But I can't do this. I just can't!

"Are you ok Ally?" Jasper asked.

"Yes I'm fine, I'm just a little concerned about the train and how I might miss it." I said.

Crossing the street to the train station I realized that he was staring at me even more intensely. I know I was trying to avoid all that he told me. The thing is I don't know how to respond to him. This was truly stressing me out.

The train made signaled its last horn sound and I noticed that it started moving. As the train started moving, I saw that Lana was trying to get me on my cell phone.

"Ally will you make it?" Jasper said. "I think you just missed it." He said, "I am sorry Ally, I am sorry I made you miss your train."

"It's not your fault Jasper, really it isn't," I said worried about what would happen next. "There is another train that leaves in the next hour and a half. I'd just let my parents know that I missed this one."

"Ok. I could stay with you until it comes if you want." He said.

I called my parents and let them know that I missed the first train; they knew the other train would leave a little later.

We both walked to some vacant seats across the lobby area. As we sat together I could feel the little tension between us.

"I’m sorry Jasper, but I just can’t do this." I said sadly. He looked at me with despair and asked what I meant.

"Jasper, look I am just going to be honest with you here, my parents just won't accept you and that will cause a lot of stress not only for me but for you as well."
"They won't understand you and me being together."

"But I don't understand!" Jasper said.
"Jasper, my parents just won't understand your past and your life. They would think that you are just not good enough for me." I said.

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Jasper's POV

I knew it!. I knew I couldn't be with a girl like that.

It was too perfect to believe. I just can't experience that kind of love.

"I have to go Ally. I am sorry for everything. I am sorry for getting into your life and messing things up for you."

I got up from the chair and as I started to walk off I could feel she was staring back at me.

I wanted to stay but I knew she was serious about not wanting me in her life so I just had to let it go.

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Ally's POV

I wanted to stop him but I just couldn't. Nothing can become from this. I would have to make too many sacrifices and I just don't think I'm up to that right now.

This feeling I have for Jasper is unusual, I never felt this way for anyone yet in my life. We just began talking and our first meeting was amazing it was as though we knew each other for a long time.

As he walked off on me I felt empty. I know I can't be with him. But when he is away from me or disconnected I feel as though I can't breathe.

Nothing in my life never works out right for me... I should've expected this.

As he walked on I just watched as he disappeared from the train station. I felt depressed instantly. I just wanted to go home and get away.
Do you believe that the love between Jasper and Ally is one based on attraction or real emotional connection?
Real Love.
Emotional Connection.
Not Love or Emotional Connection.
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Published: 2/27/2013
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