Rhapsody of the Daisies

It was a cold night in New York City. The wind whipped and flowed like a waterfall filled with snow. A man walked through Central Park. He looked up at the biggest skyscraper in New York. The Soon-to-be Empire State Building. It was bright so that the workers working on the tower could see. It shined like the sun in summer. Sadly, Central Park had been transformed into a small city during the Great Depression. The name of said city was Hooverville. The man sighed as he walked past the small shanty town. He walked towards Broadway. The theater was glistening and beautiful. He walked towards backstage and went towards a room.

“Hey Daisy!” said John.

“Good morning John!” said Daisy.

“Happy Valentines Day!” he held up a bouquet of roses.

“Oh John, they are absolutely BEAUTIFUL!” said Daisy.

“Like you,” said John. She kissed him passionately, her freshly laden lipstick moving from one face to another. She stopped and smiled. They both smiled. “C’mon I wanna show you something!” said John. They ran out of the theater and past a blue police box. They ran past the Empire State building and Hooverville. They ran to the Observatory. This is a love story, a story of how far someone will go to see their true love. This is the story of how Daisy and John met, and how their song ended.

“C’mon I wanna show you something!” said John. They ran out of the theater and past a blue police box. They ran past the empire state building and Hooverville. They ran to the Observatory. This is a love story, a story of how far someone will go to see their true love. This is the story of how Daisy and John met, and how their song ended.

John walked down the road from the baseball stadium towards the theater and he bought tickets to see the amazing and beautiful actress Daisy May. She sang like an angel, so when he went backstage to see her. She kissed him, and they had been in love ever since. They danced under the stars at the observatory, then they walked towards the Gatsby mansion, there was a party Gatsby was throwing, and he was the king of parties. They danced and danced until it was time to leave. When they left, he noticed someone walking towards Daisy. Then… a shot rang out. Daisy had been shot by a jealous lover of hers. John cried as the authorities arrested the man.

“NO! DAISY! STAY WITH ME!” screamed John.

“John… I-i, I lo-ve you…” she said one last time as she raised her hand to his cheek, then dropped it. Her cold hand laid on the gravel.

John decided to do one thing. He walked across the road, across Hooverville, and went to the Empire State building. He went to the highest possible floor, walked across towards the balcony, and said, “I’m coming Daisy, and I don’t care if I go to Hell, I rather be there than live without you.”

He jumped and closed his eyes one last time. He saw a bright light and saw Daisy.

“I’ll never leave you silly! I love you!” then they kissed as they walked through the golden gates. They were together, forever.

The end.

 

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