Happiness (For: Ryan651)When we met I was in darkness And had pain you could not see You brought light into my life thatWas far beyond my dreamsThe more time we spent togetherThe happier I becameUntil the time we finally met I thought I'd gone insane The joy that you could give meThe pain my leaving broughtThe past three days haunt meI know I lost my wayI hope that you'll forgive meI let my fears take me awayI wish that I could show youJust how happy we will beI'm just sorry I needed timeI hope you'll still marry me
Home She stares at his picture - the video screen just way too dark. It's 3:30 in the morning, and while he sleeps, the girl just finds it hard. His roommates woke her up at 2:30, and she hadn't been able to sleep a wink since. She has to make a decision, to keep after the professors to change her grades or to just forget it and go back home. She doesn't want the degree, but knows what her family would think and worries about going down that road. Earlier she had come to a decision, deciding to leave school behind. However, one call to her aunt made her question her own mind. Before she returned her aunt's three missed calls, she muted the microphone to not disturb her fiance's sleep. The conversation had started out slowly, the girl just making sure things were alright. Her aunt wanted to talk about her vacation, although she didn't realize how much it annoyed the girl. Her aunt asked about her relationship, and wondered if it would continue on. The girl c
Will you be alright? Just the day before she went back to her family's home. An ocean away from the one she loves. She laid in bed, talking with him over Skype, knowing that he had to leave - just back to his family's house to get a few things he had forgotten. He asked her quietly if she'd be okay. Her first answer is 'I don't know'. The two talked some more and he asked her again, reminding her that he had to leave. The answer was still the same. He talked with her more, and tried to give her something to do while he was gone, promising it would only be a short time away. He asked her again if she'd be alright. This time, a lie. She told him she would research, and that she should be fine without him. She tried to show strength, although all her strength had gone. She wasn't able to read another word of the things he asked her to look at. She missed him too much to even comprehend what the websites said. The girl laid back in her bed waiting for him to
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