A strengthening breeze parted the clouds, allowing the moonlight to glint over the sea. And there on the ground, she was lying with her stabbed wounds bleeding profusely. Swirling around in pain with the blood all over her body, when a breeze touched her so tenderly, she began to feel herself better. After sixty minutes of time, she brought her head up sharply and opened her eyes wide to get a clear vision of the surroundings and of the man. Slowly she began to rise up. She looked straight, there she saw him standing on the edge, watching the waves of the sea washing off the shore. She looked above and saw the same moonlight, yes that same moonlight under which they had their first kiss.
Turning behind to her call, he moved her side,pulled her inside his arms, kissed her on the forehead and uttered those finest words, "What Honey...!! Does it pain? I am sorry dear. I still love you... ". As if awaken to a reverie,she hugged him tight, tightly to her soul, holding on to him with all the physical pain of her body which was long enough to convey him that she has forgiven him.
The sea was calm...
And so was her heart.
However far she had gone, her distance was very less. She moved but could not move on.And he realized it well, however he ill-treat her or threaten her, she always surrender before him. And every time she tried to get up, he stabbed her with his sharp edged knife. Finally, his destination has reached..yes,her chest - he stabbed her wildly, furiously without pulling out the knife from her body. He kept it fixed on her chest. He wanted it to be. Thus leaving the knife to be blunt on her chest forever, he walked away...out of her sight...out of her life.
Years passed, many sunsets had gone by, many sunrises had come,
But she still lies there, facing the sea,
projecting tall and wide
facing the sea, like a mermaid
but towered as a mountain,
burying her pains in the sea, with her salty tears along with the salty waves
but as the sea
Here she still lies as the mountain facing the sea, tall, dark yet as beautiful as she was...
Because once upon a time she loved the sea and it loved her back..