Aubrey (Revolving With Axis)

Aubrey (Revolving With Axis)

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Debbie Hopkins By DebbieHopkins Updated Feb 04

"I love you." Rafe interrupted softly, gazing into my eyes.  "I love you for singing with me. I love you for overcoming your fear. I love you for not leaving the beach when it was freezing, for listening, for talking, for fighting, for trying, for giving me your all, for trusting me."
	"I love you for being honest with me." I said.
	"I'm hearing love. Are you hearing love?"
	I couldn't say anything.
	"Marry me, Aubrey." My eyes snapped up to his. "I'm serious. Marry me."
	I turned, ready to leave, wanting to leave, hating his trump card. A last ditch effort to hang on to something that needed to be done away with. 
	"We don't work, Rafe."
	"You're not a little girl." He whispered gently. "You aren't naive enough to believe that love doesn't claim baggage. We all have baggage. We come with it part and parcel, things we carry along, things we downsize and improve on. Things we change and exchange. Come on, Aubrey. We were made for each other. You can feel it. I can feel it."

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Really appreciate you putting this out here beforehand and it definitely makes for some interesting stuff going forward.
marmo247 marmo247 Aug 20
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                              You wrote this in the perfect mood, how painful it'll be for a mother to loose her baby. Your information on the medical term is quite adept, you definitely know what you're talking about and this already says much about the uniqueness of the story..
                              
                              Kudos.
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                              This is heartwrenching. I love how deeply detailed this is and how emotionally dragging. I love it. Absolutely good.
This is sad :( I have never read a something this dark . I don't know if I want to continue but I know I should
Dany1908 Dany1908 Aug 20
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                              hm an interestng subject you pick up for the story and i haven't seen much around
                              the thoughts of the protagonist were well written 
                              one thing though made this splendid chapter have a shade is "...." normally are only three dots.
Pfunzo18 Pfunzo18 Aug 23
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                              The opening line just had me thinking that the main character is going to go through a lot. You had me bracing myself right from the beginning. I didn't notice any distracting grammatical error. I have a feeling you are quite knowledgeable with medical jargon