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My Heart is Always with You...

A myth submitted to the site by Dianisia

London, England

Once , there was a girl called Beth.
She loved a guy and he loved her, his name was Alex
They wanted to marry, but they both knew that Beth had problems with her heart.
When they dated she often couldn't breath.
So Beth's parents decided to do operation for Beth...

Beth survived!!!!
She quickly took her phone to call Alex, but he didn't pick up...
she called again ....nothing happened
and again .....he didn't pick up!

She rushed to his house, and when she saw a letter on the fridge, she fell into tears even though she was crying already, the letter said :

Dear Beth...

Dont worry my heart will be always with you!

Yours Sincerely, Alex

Then Beth understood that he gave his heart to her so she could survive.

By Dianisia
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Name: Cheyenne Taylor 10th January 2013
I think this story was really cute and adorable especially cause how Alex gave Beth his heart, but yeah it was really great and an awesome story to read and really sad. :)
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