As I watch the people pass by, I stare out the window of my favourite coffee shop. All I can see are couples on the night before Christmas eve. They're all holding hands and talking, smiling, and laughing. That could've been me and her. Tragic, really. The breakup happened about three days ago. It came as a total shock. I don't think I'll ever get over it. All I can remember is my tears streaming down my cheeks. I had even bought a diamond ring, and the one pet she wanted the most, a mockingbird. The bird sang sweetly, and it had a beautiful snowy white colour. It was a shame she'd never see it. In fact, she never came home that night. We had been together for over three years. Christmas was our anniversary. Hard to forget on such a major holiday. She used to work as a waitress at this coffee shop. She had quit, though. Nobody told me why. Nor why she moved away so suddenly.
Or why she never said goodbye.
Her sister, the pretty but older girl, walks into the coffee shop. The minute she sees me, she walks over to my table. She sits down in front of me. "There's something we haven't told you about ______." I look down, wondering what other bad news other than being stood up and dumped before Christmas came. "We were afraid...that you would find out. But you haven't. We said she moved away....but we lied." I jolted. Why hadn't I seen her in town? Why wasn't she working any more?With the whisper of words coming from her sister's lips, and stood up, shaking. I fell backwards and got back up. I ran. Ran out of the place we met, shocked and hurt. Her sister tried to stop me. But I didn't listen.
The words that came out made me understand everything.
"My sister....died, three days ago. She committed suicide. In the end, everyone put so much pressure on her that she broke. She left a note full of nothing but hatred. But there is one line directed at you. It says...."
I can make poems for 10k-100k each x3 I can also write short stories for 500k. Long stories start at a 4mil range, 4mil to start it. After chapter 1, each chapter costs 500k. I have my reasons, because long stories are a bish to write.