He was Wrong

It happened slowly at first, and then like a wave it swept over him. Missing her was drowning him, but he refused to sink, no, not yet. But he was wrong. And eventually the waves crashed over him and he could barely breathe over the image of her with tears falling down her face. And he knew he had been so wrong.

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