Roses red, Violets blue, We're not the same, But I love you...She put down her pen and sealed the envelope. It was Valentines Day, the day of love. She had a big crush on this guy... His name? She didn't know. But what she did know is she was in love in with him, but one thing was holding her back. She was not human... The Characters: The Vampire: (@amybri18) Name: Rose Finnissen Age: 118 (but she looks and acts like she's 18) Gender: Female Personality: Rose is your typical teenage vampire. She hates the sunlight (because it burns her, literally) and she cannot stand garlic. Her bite is deadly, and can insistently turn you into a vampire, if not kill you. The one things she wants is love, and she'll do anything for it. She is dangerous to be around, however, she can be nice if she likes you. She is also your typical teenage girl - always wearing make-up and taking about boys. Other than that, she is a bloodthirsty monster wearing lip-gloss. The Human: (@Kerberos) Name: Vincent Lux Age: 20 Gender: Male Personality: Vincent is a calm and relaxed type of man. Whenever he is fixated on something, people will have a hard time to get his attention, especially when he is listening or playing music. He can be loud mouthed when he is in a discussion. Food is also a passion which he feel he masters. He loves to conversation with people, but is not too good with small talk. He has an introvert personality, with a hit of extrovert. While he is calm and relaxed, if something makes him majorly uncomfortable he will take action. Something special about Vincent is his love for the dark. He wishes for the day to be night and night to be day. The starts and moon makes good contrasts for the dark when you take a walk in the forest. Vincent also keeps his friends closer, but his loved once closer. "This is the day, father," she said, "This is the day." Her father looked at her, confused. "What day?" he asked, needing more information. Rose sighed and shook her head in annoyance. "Dad, it's Valentines Day." Her father nodded. "The day of love." Her father nodded. "Ugh! Sometimes I wonder about you!" Drake, her father, frowned. "I'm going to ask him out!" Rose exclaimed, annoyed that her father hadn't worked that out yet. "Oh, that... But, Rose, darling, your a vampire!" he finally said after moments of silence. Rose glared at him, as if to say Yeah, thanks for the reminder... "Nobody would want to go out with a vampire!" Rose sighed. "Mum went out with you..." she mumbled. Having super-human hearing, Drake heard every word she had said. "Mum was a vampire when we meet. Ah, I remember it as if it were yesterday..." he explained to his beloved daughter. Rose groaned and stomped out the room, unwilling to hear that old love story again. In the background, she could hear her father telling the story to thin air - he didn't realize she was gone. Smiling, she took the letter she had made yesterday. It was a short poem, inspired by the famous Roses Red poem. She read it out load, her hand on her heart. "Roses red, violets blue, we're not the same, but I love you..." Sighing, she held the paper against her heart and closed her eyes. All she could picture was the boy, from his messy black hair to his smooth pale face. Perhaps this time she wouldn't kill her one true love, as she did the many times before. Maybe he was the one... The vampire silently sealed the letter inside a red envelope. Grabbing her bag, she walked out the front door and started her journey to school, staying in the shadows. Of course, if she went in the sunlight, she would burn. Because of this, Rose always walked under the trees, away from the warmth. It would take her around 20 minutes to get to school, because she had to take the long route. Still, she didn't care, as long as she managed to get the letter to him. She knew he probably wasn't going to be at school, because he was 20. Maybe he was in university? She would track him down that night, when the sun was gone and the moon was shining.