Stuck to Me Like It's Fate
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Stuck to Me Like It's Fate

by darklyloved

"Run" You hear me whisper in the cold, damp air.

You obeyed. And I ran to chase.

Like a fox, I lured you, an innocent bunny, into your nightmare.

I can hear your footsteps halting to a stop.

I'm above you like, an owl watching its prey.

You settle at the base of the tree, exhausted. Poor thing.

You broke me into a million pieces.

Your words echoing in my mind, stabbing me like thousands of pieces of broken glass.

But I can't do that to you. I'm chasing you to make you feel fear. The type of fear I felt without you.

I love you. My heart aches, and I feel empty knowing you will not return.

I fall off the tree and land beside you, silent tears streaming down my face. I compose myself.

"I ran to enlighten you. I wasn't afraid. I knew it was you. The smell of strawberries in your breath. Unforgettable."

She knew. Yet she ran. Isn't she perfect? Too perfect for me. Not meant to be.

Yet I'm Stuck To Her Like It's Fate.

Cry myself an endless waterfall, I did. But she's happy, so I shall smile.

Yet I still am a monster. And so I shall make her run. Run farther than she thinks. And I shall be the fox and she shall be the bunny.

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@bernardtwindwil Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
7 months agoReply
The writing was lyrical. The metaphor of the fox and the rabbit was ingenious. You provided a vivid and imaginative insight into broken and perverse relationships. The way familiarity overrides pain and the way we are locked into behaviors whether or not they are a danger. Great story/epic poem!!!!!!!!!!!!

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7 months agoReply
@tdog16 Wow, thanks so much!!! I'm really proud of this story! Again, thanks!

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7 months agoReply
Wow this is my favourite one out of all your submissions! I really liked how you described the flaw of the relationship as the common thing of insecurity. You truly embraced this story...AMAZING job!