She put away all those paper bags which had blocked her way to the doorstep. Zara, Gucci and a whole lot of brands which probably could please any woman in this world just to have them. Aimlessly she was making her way to the door and her hand grabbed the door knob pulling it slowly to be closed. Suddenly, as she lifted up her head, a man with a checked cotton shirts making an appearance right in front of her. Holding a pack of dark chocolate in his hand, he was giving her the sweetest smile she could ever think off.
She made a face. “I know you would come sooner or later,” she said. She tried to keep it cool as if she did not miss him that much but she knew deep down in her heart she needed that man more than he could possibly know. “Let us go for a movie?” , he said it with those undeniably attractive soft husky voice. At that very moment, she could not help but felt on a cloud nine, up high to the sky her heart went away. After all those solid lonely three months of not seeing each other, he finally showed up as the first time they met. She could not hide those restless feeling anymore and put on a bright smile for him. Putting on her Marc Jacobs’s satin blouse and holding a leather Lavin’s satchel she looked ridiculously stunning as her heart was delightfully full of joy.
At the corner of the bed side, she sat with her legs closed to each other and both of her hands tightly holding the bed sheet. Warm tears kept on running down her cheek. She gave a slight glance at the message she barely received just a few moments ago. It was heartbreaking yet harsh to be told that she actually had to completely forget about him without knowing the real reasons. Bit by bit those memories she had with him kept appearing on her mind, those vivid images were making her crying even harder. Her heart was shattered into millions pieces and it was all over the places. At times like this, she hardly needed a shoulder to cry on, someone for her to console herself. That someone would be her beloved warm mother that always and forever be her closest person in her life.
Shana Abé (via thatkindofwoman)