A portion from a story I am working on...
"He will give her the most unbearable pain of all.
She hopes someday all of this happening before her will be lost in her pit of memories like those she had had with her previous lover, those moments which were once her only source of happiness. A time when everything was new to her and she was living a dream. A time when love was still pure and unstained.
As she tries so hard to remember all the stolen moments they were together, all the moments they worked hard for so they can be together, the sacrifices which have to be made for it to happen, tears uninvitingly came pouring down from all corners of her eyes. Her tears felt so warm on her cheeks it almost felt burning. She knows once these two circles start, there's no stopping this flood of sadness.
It is such a weird thing that time seems to be flying so fast whenever they are together, whenever they are happy. It's like time is a very rebellious companion that won't just agree with them.
The only thing she knows certain, and constant in these parts is they are always happy and most importantly, content. Laughs. Jokes. Teasing. The joy and comfort from simply being together, just the two of them in a room and they need nothing else. How simple? How plain? Yet it brought the most extraordinary feeling they have ever felt, all their years and previous romances combined.
During the course of this rewinding, it dawned on her she even had several dreams of him last night. It felt so real it almost made her satisfied to live there and be lost in that loop. She had no idea how long she had been intently staring at his face. All his details were vividly captured in that moving picture that even as she remembers, every frame is still palpable.
His words were inaudible but she can feel every letter coming from his lips. This is precisely the only thing she was wishing for, for them to be with each other without having to be nagged by time.
But to remember is such a painful curse. Every bit of him torturing her mind, strangling her heart..."