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To Lose a Wife As she lay before me, finally back at home in her bed, her body withering from the disease, she weakly motioned to a compact disk on her nightstand. Barely able to speak, she whispered 'Play it for me.' I picked up the disk and put it in the DVD player. She appeared on the screen, as she was before, when she was well. I looked down to her on the bed with a puzzling look and she moved her head, silently telling me to look back to the screen. Sound poured from the television.
"Hello, honey. I know I won't be here forever. I made this... for the end." The woman on the screen began to well up with tears. "There is an ancient legend that the Mu
Her... What sweet solace I find in her eyes. They are radiant pools of emotion by which I may gauge my own. I am deeply troubled by the thought that one day I may never see her again; she will cease to exist. Though in the end we are all finite, each and every one.
I try not to think about it, often to no avail. I cannot move past the thought that each gaze into her eyes or each whiff of her sickly sweet hair or each loving embrace may be the last. That each "goodbye" may be forever; that each "I hate you" may be forever.
All too soon she will be gone, lost to the crashing ocean of time. There will be no more hugs. There will be no
BailoutThis work of fan fiction contains characters, ideas, situations, and places found in the Hasbro Studios series "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic". No infringement of copyright is implied by this work of satire and parody, and this work is meant as a celebration of the people involved in the creation, development, and production of the series.
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