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The Two Hearts She walked endlessly down the shore, the sea mocking her conscience. She hears the waves whispering

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The Two Hearts She walked endlessly down the shore, the sea mocking her conscience. She hears the waves whispering its verdict that she's wrong. She cannot cry any more for the sorrow she feels is too profound, too deep. She looks up and sees the scattered clouds partially dim the littered stars, tormenting the knowledge that she could never have the love that she had and lost. She sees the crescent moon staring down at her with pity, reminding her of the warmth and gentle smile on the face she knows she can't find in anyone's anymore. She turns her face away from that harsh reality, only to be greeted by a cold breeze that seemed like a blow to her already bruised self. Shivering, she pulls her jacket tighter around herself. In the battle between the conscience and the heart, she fears that it was her who gave the victory over to conscience. And now she must bear the guilt brought by her actions. She has come to accept that destiny for she knows that it is what she deserves for hurting the one that matters to her the most. "Hollow", she tells herself. "Yes, that's what I am and what I will be for the rest of my life. ...read more.

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She levels her gaze to his and his eyes find hers and for a moment, time seemed to stop. There were no words, no actions, only the two lovers, two hearts. She collapses into a heap on her knees on the cool glittering sand, his gaze never leaving hers. Sarah breaks down, helpless tears streaming down her cheeks. She buries her face in her hands. . His eyes tell her that he is confused with misery. Her hands itch to touch his face, to soothe him into a dull peace for both of them. To tell him that everything is alright. But she can't. An invisible barrier stands between them, keeping her paralyzed and unable to cross the small distance to get to his welcoming arms and be with him. "I need to know . . . please just tell me," he begs. She knew she had to tell him, right there, to stop her from suffering any more. "David I'm so sorry I didn't mean to......"she stops, she can't go on, it's too difficult, too hard to hurt the man she loved still does with all her heart, all her strength. "What is it babe, what is it?" ...read more.

Conclusion

I gave you my love and it's yours forever." And although they didn't touch, she felt his love pour through her like heat from the sun "Please, don't do this. You cannot love me anymore. Don't make it harder for both of us . . ."Sarah said without looking into his eyes. He threw her one last long look and there she saw gleaming tears running down his face. She hears his barely audible whisper then he was gone, leaving her cold and desolate and as barren as the desert. His goodbye still echoes through her heart. And without thinking, without planning it, without worrying about it, she started running. Running for the one she loved, the one who gave her his love forever. David then realised that the one thing he was praying for in the last two minutes was about to come true. The one he loved so. The one he will always love no matter what, no matter who came between them. "I love you babe" Sarah told David hugging him with joy. "I love you too and I'm going to keep saying that till death those us part. ?? ?? ?? ?? Verdi Viela ...read more.

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