Gone Forever but I May be Back Tomorrow

Gone Forever but I May be Back Tomorrow”

That’s what her note said. She handed it to me with this worried smile as she turned to board the train. She taped this old picture to it with a crusty piece of tape, it said “Do you know what’s wrong with this picture? There’s two footprints in the sand and both are mine.”

I suppose that she wrote that thinking it would crush me and I’d run back to her begging for another chance but the only thing I can focus on is this piece of tape. She never did like to throw away anything and by the looks of it it’s been used a few times. I’m surprised it held that old picture to the note. She was always funny like that though, she never could fully let go of anything.

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