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Author Name: Premiumwordsworthswords 9 Comments
Date Added: March 03, 2006 01:03:16 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The day was wet, cold and just miserable,
but it was the perfect day to do just this very thing,
He was writing her a letter of goodbye,
it said that she no longer made his heart sing.

He knew this day was coming,
as time passed, they had grown further apart,
They  had different plans for the future,
and love for her was no longer in his heart.

He cared about this woman,
but the feelings were no longer strong and true,
It was time to say goodbye,
it was something he just had to do.

Then he thought to himself,
a letter is not the proper way to do this,
It had to be done in person,
with one final hug and one final kiss.
So he called her on the phone,
they set up a lunch date for later in the day,
He was early so he sat down at their table,
with an envelope in his hand, the waiter came his way.

He slowly opened the envelope and started to read,
as he read the letter a smile came to his face,
He stood up from his chair and put the letter in his pocket,
there would be no final kiss, no final embrace!

Author's Notes:
True story!
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Comment By: FreeS on March 5, 2006 11:32:26 PM Report
one final kiss and embrace is the hardest thing that you can face, glad he saved face and placed that letter away, the embrace would be wasted for it was never meant to stay
Comment By: PremiumPaul on March 5, 2006 11:18:53 AM Report
I love the Irony here - well done
Comment By: Freepainandlove on March 5, 2006 02:54:46 AM Report
Ha... I like the ending!! Nice one.
Comment By: FreeHenry M. on March 4, 2006 07:33:00 AM Report
Amazing story with a wonderful twist, you get the Dear john before you give her the Dear Joan. She must have seen the way you bowled last Tuesday Joe! LOL, great write Joe. Henry
Comment By: ModeratorJillian K. Alexis on March 3, 2006 10:42:44 AM Report
Even though this has a tint of sorrow in it, u penned this beautifully Joe. If only all endings such as this were this easy. Great job my friend...Hugz...Jillian
Comment By: FreeGlata on March 3, 2006 08:36:21 AM Report
Sounds like both were of the same notion! Well, all's well that ends well, huh? A great ending here....
Comment By: FreeAngel on March 3, 2006 06:17:58 AM Report
It was meant to be fated to be this way. Wonderful

Love Angelxx
Comment By: Freeb doneff on March 3, 2006 06:13:01 AM Report
Holy bat crap! You're kidding right?? Well, guess they both got off the hook the easy way! Wow! Going through that final stuff can be a real bad day..lucky duck, lol...this was different than your usual (Romeo) Joe, and I liked it! Barbie
Comment By: FreeJames.A on March 3, 2006 02:09:43 AM Report
lovely write


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