Don’t tell her

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 13, 2018

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Don't tell her about the way her hair falls perfectly over her collarbones, cascading down her back similar to a waterfall you saw on postcard last Tuesday. Don't tell her that the way her dainty hands grip her cigarette causes you to smile and the feeling of her fingers intertwining yours makes you feel warm inside. Please don't share with her the way her lips pressing against yours softly and swiftly on her way to work is the only thing you need to get through the next 8 hours with out her. Don't tell her that all your friends think she's amazing. Dear God, she's amazing. But don't tell her that either. She is the sun light of your days and and the stars to your night. You love her more than anything, but she doesn't know it and you won't show it. Don't you dare tell her how her beauty blinds you like the sun itself and her eyes are a maze that you're happily lost in. Tell her how she's nothing, tell her she's a waste of space. If she tries to leave you tell her her she'll be replaced. But she wont leave you... because she's too insecure to be on her own and you made her that way. So every mistake she made that you pointed out, every insult you muttered not so quietly, every scene you caused in the grocery store turned into pills... and she swallowed one too many. Now you sit in a cold dusty room, her fragile is body hooked up to a machine that no longer beeps. Her waterfall hair is swept across her pale skin and she looks beautiful... but it's too late to tell her that.


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