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A Story About Broken Hearts Essay

1466 words - 6 pages

The CabinI once read a book that said. "You should watch the sun raise and the sunset once every year." But in this book they never said anything about what to do to better a relationship. If it did then I think that every thing would have worked out and I would not be where I am today. I am kind of glad that I when to the cabin in the wood that weekend. I weekend was almost like a made for TV movie.I was lying in bed with the guy that I thought was the guy of my dreams. As I layed there on the fresh white cotton sheet. I stared at the plain log ceiling. I watched the ceiling fan blades spin round and round for what seemed to be for hours. I got lost in the sound of him lightly snoring and the sound of the fan blades vibrating on the wooded ceiling. There was nothing in the plain room but an old wood bed made from logs and an old wooden dresser. And well the ceiling fan that seemed not to have been there for very long. Finally, I got tried of lying in the hard bed next to the guy that I thought, at the time, was in love with me. I couldn't take it any more; I had to get up.I slowly removed the cover off of my chilled body. Trying very had on to make a sound. I placed one foot on the dusty cold hard wood floors. Then come the other foot, which made the floorboard quietly creaked. I paused and slowly looked over my shoulder to see if I had woke him form his deep sleep. I didn't so I proceeded to get out if bed. I placed my cold num hand on the soft white bed sheet and slowly and quietly pushed my self up. I turn and placed the flat sheet back as if I was never there. I tiptoed in over to the foot of the bed and pick up his old white button-down Tommy shirt. I wrapped the old warned out shirt over my little blue nightgown. I then made a toe to heel turn to the door, which let in to the living room.I still trying to be ever so quiet I gently walk through the living room. My feet went form the cold hard wood floors to a soft plush area rug that reached for the behind the couch almost to the Kitchen floor. I weaved in between the couch and the coffee table and made my way in to the kitchen. Once I arrived in the kitchen I placed my hand on the counter top. I ran my hand along the top of the counter in till I reached the coffee maker. My hand locked around the black handle of the coffee maker. I then took two steps back over the sink and gently turned the water on I filled it up just enough to have a few cups of coffee. Then I return to the coffee maker and processed to make the coffee. I remain in the kitchen will the coffee maker was doing it thing. As I watch each drop if coffee drop in to the pot I though about him and me.I thought about our future together and if he was the one for me. I know in my heart that I loved him every much. But I was starting to get the feel that he doesn't feel that same way anymore. The more I thought about me and him the fast the coffee maker filled up, it was a sign. At the point I know some thing was up which, I guess...

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