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Proven Wrong

She watched the leaf wiggle as the breeze pushed against it, seeming to shiver as it fought to hold onto its place in the world.

“What do you mean you’re leaving?”

She turned to face him, and the breeze played with loose hair. “I mean that I will be gone in the morning.”

His fists tightened and veins stood out from his neck. He narrowed his eyes as a red veil slid over his face. “I won’t let you leave.”

“You can’t stop me.”

He wrapped his hands around her neck and proved her wrong, with tears in his eyes.

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