A Moment

It rained all day that day. Gray skies never let up and the sheet of wetness drowned out all the color. Faded people rushed through the streets with black umbrellas, some unprepared as their clothes turned to blotchy darkness. I watched from the fish bowl of my workplace, my mind not on work but on her, as usual. Her mouth, her touch, her passionate nature…her love for me…and grew frustrated that the dream had moved so far out of my reach. I knew I had done the right thing but I couldn’t fight back the feeling of pervasive loneliness and being pissed off that the universe had no idea that two of its brightest stars had collided and were about to burn themselves out…

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