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Upon a Midnight, Clear

By Tamara Plant

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Copyright 2011 by Tamara Plant

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Upon a Midnight, Clear

I went to pick her up from the cemetery. I know that sounds weird, but Stacey was the love of my life. I didn’t care where I had to go, or what I had to do to see her. Her father wouldn’t let me anywhere near her; it was driving me crazy, and I missed her. I hadn’t seen or touched her in a week. I didn’t anticipate getting worked over and losing my life. Her father wanted me dead, and that’s what I would have to have been to stay away from her. Even if it meant risking my life, I’d just as soon be dead rather than to ever just walk out of her life.

We had gotten into a fight the last time we had seen each other, I lost control and pushed her. What were we fighting about? We had broken up and her rebound ended up asking her to marry him. She… accepted. I’m sure her father had something to do with that. He never liked me. He convinced her that I had a “dark side”; he convinced her I wasn’t being completely truthful about my life, but he knew nothing about me. I tried to be nice to him; I called him “sir” and all of that bull. I’d do just about anything to be around Candy. Oh, that was a little nickname I called her, because she was sweet. Anyway, I have no idea where he got that “dark side” crap from. She invited me to the wedding and told me we would always be “friends”. I could never watch her walk down the aisle with someone else.

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