Believe me, I'm lying - XxSkater2Girl16xX

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Telling a lie we know that will be always an awful thing that no one would never want to accept or forgive. However, that concept now may change a little bit. Is it possible to forgive someone who purposely lied to you or betrayed your trust? “Definitely Not! “ Said someone. “It depends”. Said others.

Yes, in most situations, normally telling a lie seems to be one of the main factors which destroys strong relationship among people, especially that hurts the one you really love and strongly believe. Can we use it as a perfect ground to judge someone? Have you ever asked why they have to lie? Most answers are To try to get rid of being scorned or belittled. They have to lie in order to protect their beloved person. Sometimes we ourselves also lie. Yeah, no one dares to deny that fact. However, we will tell them the truth when that time is suitable and try to maintain the love and trust of somebody else.

There is a story I read from Wattpad and it tells you a very touched story that telling a lie sometimes is acceptable and forgivable because she/he has no choice and has to do if she/he wants to survive after losing parent so young. The story is a great creation of a 17 year old writer, and especially she wrote it when she was sixteen. BELIVE ME, I’M LYING. How surprised it is! A 17 year old writer with a very humanizing and touched story, but it is undeniable this is also a romantic story. It’s BELIEVE ME, I’M LYING by  XxSkater2Girl16xX  (Jordan Lynde)

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“When you lose someone so young,

How do you start again?

You can't run and hide from the world outside

And you lock yourself in, wonder where to begin.

It multiplies the pain”

Reading the first chapter of this story, I remembered there was a song named When you lose someone so young. The song started by such a sad lyric and slow melody made me feel touched. And that song was performed by John Miles, an  English rock music, vocalist, songwriter, guitarist and keyboard player, best known for his 1976. No wonder how touched he could performed this song, it was because he experienced his life long enough to understand the pain and then embedded his feeling into the song. We could feel the pain that was delivered to us through his voice. It was so touched anyway.

To describe the pain of losing beloved person and to express emotionally for that, Jordan Lynde chose a very effective way to get tears from readers. Obviously I have to admit that I moved to tears when reading 1st chapter. It described how Harley lost her parent at her 17, the most beautiful period of a person with unforgettably romantic memories in high school. I wondered why a 16 year old girl could describe a touched scene like that. I felt like the 16 year old writer also got painful when her character had to deal with such a terrible lost or a real lost. Feeling the pain made her easily embed the emotion into her writing and that made readers really feel touched. I admire you, Jordan, for this great job in 1st chapter. You really got my tears for this part.. Not only the 1st chapter, but the whole story I’m particularly interested in. I like this story more than other Jordan’s stories because I discovered an interesting philosophy of life that we have to learn.

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The first thing: Never give up

Harley’s parent passed away due to a car crash and left her a 5 year old brother. No more money. The kid was so young to accept that real lost. There was no caring anymore, Harley and her little bro had to take care of themselves. A 17 girl had to work hard to earn money in order to support herself and a kid. Life is a sophisticated mathematic puzzle with so much stuff for a 17 year old girl. However, it will be much easier if Harley lets a foster family adopt 2 of them, so she could go back to high school and enjoy her teenager. But she didn’t. The reason why was after losing her parent, she realized that family was the most important thing in her life and couldn’t accept to being separated from her little bro. I’m particularly interested in Elliot kid. He is so adorable and so cute. Some his innocent gestures, attitudes and actions made me feel funny and sometimes touched. Jordan did a great job to create this kid to make her story more interesting and touch heart’s readers by innocence of a 5 year old kid, Elliot.