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Creative Writing: Recessional Essay

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[6:31:24 AM | Edited 6:33:45 AM] Feathertail: Kanaya was never one to be late, so when she decided she was going to visit one of her many friends, she decided to arrive early so she could find a seat to sit. With her ticket punched and her belongings packed away up above her, she assumed she would be alone in her little compartment. Kanaya also assumed the whole time she would be staring at the window and nothing else.

Though she always goes assuming things, this time she was wrong. As she finally settled in her compartment a young beautiful woman had entered and she gave a look of apology and smiled.
Her hair a pale blonde, cutting a little below her chin. Her eyes soft and beautiful, ...view middle of the document...

She could feel her site clouding her mind as she searched her own mind.
"And so are you," Kanaya stated out loud. The girl, who Kanaya later found out was named Rose, looked up at her with a smile she would come to cherish and love.

It happened so fast that, after a long bout of silence, they had shared their very long conversations with each other. Each telling their little stories and enjoying each other's company. In the end Rose had fallen asleep on her shoulder and Kanaya instantly knew she had felt a small crush already bloom warmly in her chest. Though sad the train ride had to come to a end.
Before parting they had shared their numbers, and even shared their first kiss, they both had a great interest in each other.

After talking to each other they had found out that this was a rather long distance relationship, but that didn't stop them from finding themselves falling for each other more and more each day.
It was finally a good year had passed and they had decided to finally get a place together.
Intimacy had taken itself to another level, their hands brushing, lips touching. It shook the core of their relationship to it's very roots. Carving into it's bark with little scars and blemishes between each other. Their sweet words running like sap in a slow yearning pace which never seemed to fill the others need.
Soon within the second year they had began fighting regularly. Rose decided she had enough, that it was to end this before they hurt each other further. Kanaya didn't want to let go, thinking that she could fix everything if she could find the right stitch....

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