Bright, it was a bright sunny day and it was beautiful. The birds were singing, the trees were swaying in the breeze and the children were playing in the street but for one girl, one solitary single girl her world, her entire world was coming to a end.
It wasn’t was though she didn’t know that this was going to happen. It wasn’t as though she hadn’t seen this thing coming, but it was just a whole lot more painful than she had expected. When she first befriended the nature faerie she thought that she had wandered in to some LSD hallucination. She thought that she was going mental when she realized that she never had, nor ever would tale some drugs and when the reality of the situation fully dawned on her and she saw the end being nigh.
“I didn’t expect that this would be so hard,” she whispered as she leaned against the trunk of a tree, her head resting on the rough bark. “I don’t want this to be so hard.”
“We both knew that this was going to come,” the faerie replied his voice trembling like the breeze. “There’s nothing that we can do. I was the liaison while the grove was in danger but the grove is safe now. So we have to say goodbye.”
“But why does it have to be goodbye?”
“Because we do,” the faerie answered. “Our worlds are just too far apart,”
“So this is goodbye.” she stated with a tear in her eye. “Goodbye…”
The faerie shook his head. and leaned forward kissing her passionately. When he pulled away he saw that she was in a daze of confusion and with a heavy heart he backed away into the shadows where he wouldn’t be seen.