Yor Ryeter

[1: 1,025 of 10,000] 2 Years After

In Short Story on May 20, 2013 at 12:00 AM

TalkIt was an odd cold night during summer. The moon smiles while we sat under the twinkling stars although we both know it was not really twinkling.

“How are you?” he asked.

“I am fine, nervous but delighted about tomorrow, how about you?” I returned the question.

“Missing you since I lost you…”

“You did not lose me,” I shook my head, “you can’t lose something you never had,” I finished and I heard him sigh.

“I loved you then and it seems like my heart says I still love you now,” he confessed and I could hear the pain in his voice.

“I never felt loved by you,” I admitted.

“I tried telling you how I truly felt but you rejected me repeatedly. I cannot handle rejections so I never tried enough to pursue you. Seeing you today brought back all the memories I hoped for both of us. I regret the day I know I may never have the chance to see you again, I just sat there and did nothing.”

I looked at him. His eyes were filled with tears and I wanted to hug him and yet I can’t bring myself to do it. I thought at one point I loved him but I love myself more and went on to fulfill my dreams.

Here I am successful and walking down the aisle tomorrow. I honestly don’t feel the same regrets that he has in his chest.

“I got to go now,” I started to walk away and he stopped me by holding my hand.

“If I tell you not to marry him because I love you will you ran away with me?”

“It was meant to be that you didn’t pursue me before because I will never love you like I love the man I am committing of my forever tomorrow. He is everything that I ever dream for a partner. I am sorry.”

“Does it mean if 2 years ago, if I have seriously courted you it wouldn’t make a difference?”

“It wouldn’t make a difference at all. Good bye.”

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