Letter to a lover “Don’t do it! Please… I’m begging you… don’t do it.’’ Those were the last words

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Letter to a lover “Don’t do it! Please… I’m begging you… don’t do it.’’ Those were the last words you spoke. I remember every detail of that night. You were wearing a dark blue suit with a cute, short blue frilly skirt, and lovely white pumps. Your hair was in a pony tail tucked behind your ears with a band around it. You had a silver nose ring, which by the way is totally hot and complements your face very well. You looked like an angel, my angel. Your hair was beautiful as always and your eyes sparkled in the light, tears rolled down your faces as you wept for mercy. Seeing you cry like that, made me cry. The only difference with your tears and mine was mine were tears of joy. I was happy you were finally getting what you deserved. You…show more content…
I would’ve finally had a family, one that loved me. It would have been us four and no more. I would’ve been surrounded by three smart, beautiful, remarkable people, unlike what I’m surrounded by now. Everyone in this world is a phony idiot. Everyone tries to be something they’re not just to impress others, which I really don’t understand. I guess that’s why I have no friends. Can you believe that no one talks to me; I heard people say I’m a weirdo and a creep. I guess they’re just jealous that I’m more intellectual than them. That’s why I dropped out of school, I knew more than the teachers. They were insulting my intelligence by asking me dumb questions. For instance, why did Romeo and Juliet kill themselves? Obviously Romeo and Juliet killed themselves because they didn’t feel like living. By the way that stupid question was brought to you by Mr. Bard, the dumb English teacher who’s always picking his nose and scratching his ear. I kind of liked him; he always gave me a good laugh. I was always watching you from a darkened doorway, looking through those ugly blinds your mother bought. I would also sit in that abandoned house across from yours and watch you as you went through your morning routine. I memorized your whole routine. First you took a 20 minute shower, then you brushed your teeth and your hair, and then for some reason you would always spend about 5 minutes trying to brush back that one hair that was

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