Sorry for not writing for such a long time, but it took some time to figure out how I would end the story for good. But finally, I have found an ending that I think all of us will be satisfied with.
Have fun reading.
As I sat in my room, two pieces of paper in front of me, I re-thought the choice I had made. Was this really what I wanted? Was it worth it?
But there was no doubt in my mind. This was what I wanted. This was how it had to be. And even though it was sad, it was the only way for me.
The cool metal of the pen in my hand felt good against my hot skin, as I started to write slowly, thoughtfully, trying hard to find exactly the right words that I needed to make my dream come true.
I stopped for a second, and thought about what would happen to my family, my friends.
Mo would be devastated, I didn't even want to think about my mother. Alice would miss me a lot, she would cry, and ask herself why I did what I was about to do. I could feel tears in my eyes, but I was not about to cry. This decision was going to make me the happiest woman in the world.
Word after word appeared on the paper in front of me, and once I was happy with what I read, I put it down and took the other piece, filling it with words as well. This letter took longer, needed more attention, more care. It took me almost 2 hours. The moonlight filled the room as, finally, after a long time, I was done. About to do what I had been planning for so long.
I stood, the wood under my feet creaking, as if it was speaking to me, whispering words I could not understand. The second paper was placed on my desk, a spot I was sure my family would find it. It was a miserable try of making them understand why I was doing this, why I was leaving. I wasn't sure if the words would make them feel what I wanted them too, but I knew I could not have written it any better. It would have to be good enough.
I glanced at the paper that was still on my bed. This was the last chance to change my mind, to take both papers and throw them away, as if nothing had ever happened. As If I had never thought about it. But if I did, I would never be happy again, in my entire life. This had to be done.
The cushions on my bed felt soft and comfortable against my skin, and I knew, I probably wouldn't have something like this where I was going. But it didn't matter. I was going to gain something a lot better. Something more important. Something perfect.
A deep breath, a last look at my room, a silent goodbye. And then I started reading.
She felt how her heart bleed as she missed him, every day, every hour, every minute of the year that passed. She knew she could not go on this way. Her life was hollow, sad and broken, and she did not want to let her life end like this.
So she sat, and she took her paper and her pen, and she wrote, and she didn't stop until she was sure the words would bring her back to the man she loved more then anyone else in the entire world. The man she had lost over a lie.
As the words spilled from her lips, her eyes filled with tears, she felt her body lighten, her spirit feel released. The walls around her, keeping her caught inside them, disappeared, finally giving her free.
Everything went white, and she closed her eyes, feeling the warmth enclose her. The happiness arose in her, and it felt like the first few sunrays on her skin after a long, cold winter.
And when she opened her eyes, soft, green fields of grass surrounded her. The sky was as blue as she had ever seen it, and the sun was warmer then she had ever felt it.
"So you finally made it." A voice called. I opened my eyes, surrounded by exactly what I had written. And then, I saw him. He smiled, his eyes so bright, his skin tanned. He had the same crooked smile I remembered. "I had been wondering why you took so long. I've been waiting."
I smiled, as he reached out his hand to me and I took it, my skin tingling like the first time he touched me. Tears ran down my cheeks, tears of joy after I finally won back the love of my life. After such a long time, I once again could feel him against me, his warmth, his voice, his smell. It was all to perfect to be true.
"I got here as fast as I could." I answered, hugging him tight, tilting my head up to see into his beautiful face, my fingertips trailing along his scars. He kissed my fingertips, a soft shiver running through my body.
"I know you did, princess. And I am happy you are finally with me. I have missed you dearly. I love you." He whispered, kissing the top of my head.
"I love you too." I answered, closing my eyes and enjoying every second I spent with him, knowing I would be with him for the rest of my life. That I would never have to be apart from him again. That none of us would ever have to be in so much pain ever again.
My fingers tangled into his hair, as I pulled him down carefully, my eyes searching his before I pressed my lips against his ever so softly. Nothing in my life had ever felt so good, and tasted so sweet like this kiss.
He took my hand, walking away and pulling me after him, as we walked into a bright light together, before everything went dark.
So, I hope everyone liked the chapter, even though it is short. This is the end of this fanfiction, and I will not write a follow up or anything like that.
I hope you enjoy this story anyway, and hope that you will check out my other fanfictions, and maybe comment.