4.4.11 | Post by Jorie Pacli
The turn of events left her speechless with shock. Lisa was known by her friends as the luckiest person of all.... But things had changed and went terribly wrong. She looked down at the beautiful white gown that she was wearing, and in a sudden fit of anger, started tearing it from her body. Friends who were around her could not do anything but restrain her physically as heartrending sobs tore from her quivering body.
Lisa was looking forward to her wedding day. The consummation of a courtship that spanned ten years of enduring love and commitment deserved all her excitement. And tying the knot with her soon-to-be husband Louie would be the greatest answer to her prayers. They had been a couple since their twenty's. Her definition of a good life revolved around him. He had been her mirage, her sunset and moment - the gauge by which she measured everything else. In a nutshell, Louie was everything.
When he finally proposed a year ago, her days were soon taken up by the massive preparations for their wedding. Whirlwind of activities occupied her days oblivious of Louie's growing restlessness with the entire affair. Louie became increasingly distant with her. Everyone else put it down to the jitters of getting hitched; 'totally to be expected', or so they said.
Confident as she was about him, she still feared the worse might soon occur. Louie began to disappear for long hours at a stretch. She was initially foreboding, but his denials of anything being wrong assuaged her fears. Then, came the day when they were supposed to have their bridal photographs taken. He had not turned up. Peter, their wedding best man, handed her a note. Its content had torn her world apart. Louie was no longer pursuing the wedding. He had changed his mind. The letter held abrupt apologies for his irresponsible decision and begged for her understanding.
Lisa was overwhelmed with emotions. Her mind rained questions of disbelief. What happened....? What did I do....? Why.....? Where did I......? She was flung immediately into the deepest abyss of despair and hurt. But she was determined to see Louie face to face to clarify the matter. A part of her secretly wanted it all to be mere jitters on his part.
She went straight to Louie's house. But her hopes were totally dashed with what she saw upon entering the room. Female clothes and lingeries were strewn all over the place. Woman toiletries occupied the dresser in the bathroom. She was devastated. In her agony, she ran out of the house and drove recklessly home.... She never made it back...............
Louie was then seen almost crawling to her coffin, crying and filled with so much remorse and guilt.........
What lesson have you learnt from this story?
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