Prompt submitted by btncts
In this world everyone has a tattoo of their soulmate's name on their wrist, but what if you have not one, but two names tattooed on you?
A unique part of this world has been set. Write a story using the prompt as inspiration.
I stared at him, my soulmate.
Lucas Warren Yure
I forced a bright smile to my face. “Hi! Lucas?”
He gave an equally bright (but far more genuine) smile back at me. “Yep, Elizabeth May Tucker, I presume?”
We talked for a while and eventually I learned to love Lucas Warren Yure, the only name on my wrist. We got married and have a lovely little boy, Lewis Quill Yure, his soulmate Jordan Taylor ...
When we are created we are born with our destiny’s laid out before us, predetermined. We know how smart we are going to be. What path our education will take. Who we will end up with. Where we will live and within what bracket. What jobs we will work and when we retire. Finally we know when and how we are going to die.
It all happened in the year 2035. People stopped naturally having babies. For ...
Today was the day I meet them. My Soulmates. Yeah, yeah, I know what you’re thinking. ‘Everyone only has one Soulmate.’ Aren’t those such pretty names?
Oh! I completely forgot to introduce myself! Hi, my name’s Michael! Here I am, at the Matching Office in California. I’m just sitting there in front of the woman who just matched me up with the other two in the waiting room. I’m so nervo...
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