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Three womens takes on how one man affected their lives. __________________________________________________


I watched as his eyes slowly closed. There was nothing I could do that wouldn’t be clichéd.

Missing you

"Are you missing her? Michelle asked. I looked at my best friend. She was the one I'd told everything too. The one person I felt I could really tell everything too. But not this. Everyone seemed to expect me to be completely cut up about it, everyone expected my head to be in pieces. They treated me delicately, not mentioning you at all. This was the first time it had come up in conversation. I didn't dare admit it to anyone but my self that I wasn't missing you. I didn't feel like there was a part of me missing. I think you leaving made me realise that I can't have loved you, all that much. You can't have been the one that I was destined to be with. My not missing you made me think, if you aren't the one, then where is she?

The Perfect Life

Dear Diary, I'm planning on starting a Diary, as you may have guessed. I don't know, but I just want to document my feelings and position in life in a less public way than through my articles in the magazine. I bought a typewriter because it makes the whole thing seem so much more romantic, and old fashioned, I guess. By the way, I'm Carla Reed, I'm 28, and I work for Kiss magazine, a woman's magazine based in New York. I'm not American, I moved from England when I was 22. Since then I've moved up in my career and now am very successful. Not that I'm big headed.

I should really leave

I should really leave, She'll wonder where I am, But you standing where you are, You've got me eating from the palm of your hand You're eyes are ready to be gazed into, Your lips begging to be smothered in precious kisses, Your skin desperate to be caressed,