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Edward leaves for a second time and left bella hopeless and heartbroken. 50 years later bella is a vampire and returns to her home town forks to meet back up with her once true love.Can their love be back together after so long, or just be torn even farther apart. BannerFans.com

Bella must survive as a vampire!! I don't own any characters except:Allen and May!!

5. The LORD prevails

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We drove and drove and drove. An endless get away it seemed like. From the moment we left, to now, an unbearable silence grew between Allen and me. And during this silence I cried. Such a hopeless wail it was. It seemed as never ending as the road did. But still through blurry eyes, I drove on. I felt as though I couldn't put enough distance between us and the Cullens. What had I done?

"Bella..." Allen once again attempted to break the uncomfortable silent wall between us. But to no prevail. I said nothing to the call of my name and in reaction to that, he too said nothing. May was still unconscious in the back, unaware of the events that had taken place not but ten minuets ago. She was lucky, poor girl, to have not been apart of my unstylish department from the one and only man I could ever love. Truly. In my process of running away, I did nothing of the sort to look at my surroundings. But now I had an odd feeling like I should stop here. (Where ever we were...) So I let go of the wheel and gave the car a chance to roll to a stop on the shoulder of the dirt road we were on. Allen was surprised at what happened next. I knelled my head on the steering wheel and began to pray.

"God, I know it's been a while and I don't expect you to be listening, but I need you. I have always needed you. My life feels out of control and I need your guidance. Please, I need a sign. I need help. I need YOUR help..."

When I prayed I felt as though Allen and May had disappeared, Along with the car and the dirt road. I looked around at the disappearing world around me and say the walls of the earth changing into the illusion of a beach. White sand lay everywhere, the soft cry of seagulls overhead. The waves splashed against my bare feet and I turned to look full view into the water. And I was there, with Edward. We were happy, I was happy. And he held something in his hand, teasing me with whatever it was. I watched us play on a well fashioned bed, until finally he opened his hand and placed a golden chain with a golden key shaped pendant on it. I knew exactly what it was, my heart.

"Do you know what you are looking at?" A handsome middle aged man stood next to me. I didn't even bother to look at him; I already knew who he was, and the answer to his question.

"What would have happened if I had stayed with Edward today?" I asked, unsure if I truly did know what I was looking at.

"No Bella." He spoke in a booming voice, almost happy.

"Typical." I whispered under my breath.

"You are looking at the future. The future that is unchangeable." He said, placing a hand on my shoulder.

Mean-while the scene was still playing on. Edward and I were laughing and kissing and loving each other.

"How I wish this was the unchangeable future. But it can't be. And it's not." I said, not a drop of emotion found in my voice. I looked away from the happy-go-lucky future that I wished could be mine. I didn't feel good, wanting something that I could not have. And I didn't wish to see anymore of that hopeless fantasy of mine.

"But it's not a hopeless fantasy, Bella. It never has been...." He spoke softly and then disappeared with the beach. My body was then being shock and I could here a faint voice calling my name. But the scene was too precious a thing to let go of now. I stared at that forbidden future of ours until consciousness returned to me. The car was back, Allen's voice was the one next to me, calling my name. I brought my head up and looked around me. The beach was gone, along with HIM. I kept turning my head in circles until finally stopping back on Allen's face. He looked worried but there was nothing to be worried about. Not anymore, there wasn't.

"Allen, don't you worry about me. I had just had an epiphany! Things will get back to good, my friend. The LORD is on our side now. And with him, we are invincible." And with those last words, I started the car back up and kept on driving. Driving until we would reach our destination...