Break up Disaster

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From a male's perspective. A man lost his girlfriend after being caught kissing another girl on a drunken night. He does everything to win her back.

Submitted: April 03, 2017

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Submitted: April 03, 2017

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Her and me had everything. We had so much in common, so much chemistry between us. Alice even introduced me to her parents. They liked me, they liked my style and thought of me as a sophisticated gentleman for their daughter. Blonde hair and hazel eyes. Alice said I had the softest dreamy hazel eyes, like little chocolate buttons that she used to stare into as if they were actual chocolate. I used to stare into her diamond eyes, mesmerised by the twinkle of joy it had in them, shining bright like diamonds. They say the eyes are windows to soul. Alice and I shared such a strong bond that I thought was going to last forever. Unfortunately, forever didn’t exist for me in my world. She always used to say that our love is like the mountains; they remain side by side and can never be apart. My world fell apart, therefore my mountain was crushed as a result. Three years… three years we’ve been together. Its sounds like a short time, but it was the longest three years of my life as I spent it with her. I want her and miss her soulfully. She was my happiness. My heart will always bear a hole and my life will be incomplete without her. I want to stare into her gleaming eyes again and go back to the way things were. The improbability of that was like saying it will rain meatballs tomorrow. The impossibility had broken me into tiny pieces of fragments, which could never be mended, as my broken heart will not heal. I miss her scent. The scent of her cotton jumpers and perfume. Her hair always tied neatly up in a bun, she used to wear her skirts and black tights and loafers. She always looked perfect.

It was her 25th birthday do. We all went to a pub; Alice, me, and a few of our friends. We had a few drinks and a meal and a right laugh. It was a good evening, until me and the two lads had a few too many and were a bit tipsy outside. As we continued to take shots after each other repeatedly, Alice and the girls told us to sober up outside. I gave her a slobbery kiss on the cheek and we went outside to calm our drowsiness. We were joined with other lads all drunken messes and a few ladies. I don’t recall much but we all got together and started singing Beyoncé’s Crazy in Love. Loud noises and banter is what I was hearing. We danced and sang and sang and danced. The girls were very provocative and they came close to us whilst singing. One of the girls suddenly grabbed me by the collars in her tight pink clothing. She pulled me towards her. I didn’t know what was happening, I was still too drunk to have any senses then. In the next second her lips were smushed against on mine. I pulled away but she drew me in closer. Our quick action kiss turned into a slow passionate kiss. Her hands around my neck. I became deaf. The sounds were all muffled. All I could feel was the sensation of our actions. I came back to my senses and was enticed by her entire soul and body. I carried on and so did she. After time, we soon pulled apart. What I thought lasted two minutes turned out to be 15. The voices came back. The lads shouted “waheyyy.” I looked around, only to find Alice, heartbroken by the sight of me.

Tears rolled down my eyes. I ran to her. Words couldn’t seem to come out my mouth. Tears trickled down her face. I tried to hug her but she wiped her face and flung my dirty arms away in disgust. “Alice, i…” I couldn’t find the words.

“Don’t bother.” She said sternly and sniffling away. Her friends consoled her as they all left the scene. The night was dead. I ruined everything in the last part of the evening, more importantly I lost the love of my life. We lived together but since I wasn’t welcome home, I stayed at one of my mates for some time.

It has now been a month later since that drunken disaster, and since I’ve seen Alice. I’ve messaged and texted and knocked on our door, no replies. It was a mistake. A complete and utter mistake. I regret my actions every day. I love Alice too much to hurt her. It was a clumsy accident that should never have happened. I woke up in the morning, came downstairs and had breakfast. My mate said I looked so depressed. I was. My heart felt like it was giving up on me too. I had no reason to smile, as it was always Alice that put a smile on my face. I miss her beautiful eyes. But today, I had to do something drastic to get Alice back. It was midday and I knew she’d be at work in the office. I picked up the biggest and wildest bunch of colourful flowers along with her favourite chocolates Ferrero Roche’s and drove to her work place. You needed a pass to get to the doors and elevators from the reception. I dodged the security and ran to the elevator. I heard them chasing after me but I quickly got in and went to sixth floor where Alice’s office was. I barged in. She looked shocked. There she was, her hair and her skirt and her pretty eyes.

“I’m sorry Alice. I am truly sorry. I should not have done that. You are the love of my life and always will be. This past month has been lifeless without you. Please forgive me, I am very sorry.”

Tears rolled down my eyes and I couldn’t help but bawl. She ran to me with open arms and hugged me. How I missed her warmth and scent. She wiped my tears and said she had missed me, with tears of happiness. I stared into her gleaming eyes. I will never let her go. Whatever happened in the past, we both put it behind us and erased it from our lives. I have Alice now and that’s all that matters.


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