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And Isn't It Ironic, Part Two
Reply to Kakia Guerin or visit her websitePosted to the Roswell Slash list October 8, 2000
TITLE: And Isn't It Ironic...
AUTHOR: Kakia (KakiaGuerin@aol.com)
DISCLAIMER: Not mine.
CATERGORY: Just... very uc POV: FEEDBACK: "Yeah, I'd like that." -Amy, Three to Tango
PREVIOUS PARTS: Ask at KakiaGuerin@aol.com
DISTRIBUTION: Just tell me.
SUMMARY: Mirror mirror on the wall, Isabel's the fairest of them all.
And isn't it ironic...
Don't you think
It's like rain...
On your wedding day
It's a free ride...
When you've already paid
It's the good advice...
That you just didn't take
And who would have thought...
"Michael, this can't be." "I know. But why not?" -Isabel & Michael, Max To The Max
Why not indeed? I love her, so it's not her, it's me. No matter what she's going to say.
She plays with a lot of boys and breaks their hearts. She's doing it to me now. I always felt badly for the poor, stupid boys who fell for Isabel Evans. They deserved it, though. For falling in love with a girl, especially Isabel Evans. Especially for falling in love just because of her outer beauty. If they'd actually known anything about her, they'd have instantly realized that she'd be a horrible girlfriend.
So that's her trick. That's why she doesn't open up to anyone. Because guys won't like who she is. They wouldn't even like who she pretends to be--that's just a show for her girl friends. The reason she's so distant is to get guys. And with nothing but looks to go on, it's impossible to resist Isabel Evans.
But there's a flaw in her logic.
Me. I know her. I know her better than any guy in the world, in fact--possibly even better than her own brother. But I love her anyway.
Because even with more than looks to go on, it's impossible to resist Isabel Evans.
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