So she wept

So she wept. From the moment she first cast her eyes upon me, as I entered from the staircase. So she wept. Like there was no today, no yesterday, and no tomorrow. Like all there ever was, and all there ever will be, was misery, anguish and sorrow.

So she wept. From the moment I said that I had to go to work, and that we couldnt continue like this. So she wept. Like there was no today, no yesterday, and no tomorrow. Like all there ever was, and all there ever will be, was misery, anguish and sorrow.

So she wept. From the moment I came to pick my last bags and walk away, into the pouring rain alone, overburdened, ashamed, with no destination but ‘out’. So she wept. Like there was no today, no yesterday, and no tomorrow. Like all there ever was, and all there ever will be, was misery, anguish and sorrow.

So she wept. From the moment that her auntie walked out on her, slammed the door behind to go searching for dick-attention, left her feeling worthless, and I touched her shoulder for comfort. So she wept. Like there was no today, no yesterday, and no tomorrow. Like all there ever was, and all there ever will be, was misery, anguish and sorrow.

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