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Happily Ever After

I try not to think too much on all the things we would have done, family we would have built and life together we would have lived.

I try not to imagine it too much, for their is a pain associated with the what-ifs and that which we were unable to fulfill as the soul mates we are.

We lived our fairy tale. Our own Disney movie.

Like a knight on a white horse, you came and saved me from myself, took me to a safe place and calmed all my fears and hurt. I wish we could mourn together the losses we both share, for I know you mourn them too.

I think people look at me now and think all is shattered all is lost with the possibilities we once shared.

Not all was.

It isn’t.

We did live happily ever after, even though it the plot took a twist and all the characters we would have wanted to add to our tale never came to fruition.

The fairy tale ending didn’t happen though, and I will admit that.

For what we share has no ending.

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3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Very well said. 🙂

    01/28/2010
  2. Brooke Toner #

    Perfectly said. I try not to think of the things we would have done — I do know that happily ever after — will be exactly that.

    Benjamin Franklin said,

    “Our friend and we were invited abroad…His chair was ready first, and he is gone before us. We could not all conveniently start together; and why should you and I be grieved at this, since we are soon to follow, and know where to find him.”

    02/05/2010
  3. I love that quote, Brooke 🙂 Needed to read something like that today ❤

    02/05/2010

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