i have to go it has ben 2 long
“I don’t want you to go! Please, can’t we try again?”
im tired i hurt i cant its time 2 leve
“I know. I just don’t want to lose you. We fought so hard to get what we have. For what? I know we talked about this day possibly coming, but if you leave, I’ll be alone. I don’t think I can handle that.”
yes u can u r strong u no i will b wit u 4ever
“And you know I love you. You know I love you enough to let you go, if that’s what you want. I just want you to be happy.”
i luv u 2 so muchly but this what i want now its time turn em off
Switches – some splashed by errant tears – are thrown and the room is silent. The bed makes a small clicking creak as it accepts the weight of another. After an endless time, the silence is broken by six small breaths.
The silence is replaced by quiet sobbing. The bed creaks again, footsteps echo, the door opens, the sobbing fades. And the silence returns.