She stared at him a long moment, at those smoky
eyes, like live coals, that burned into your soul with their intensity, eyes
that saw beyond, far beyond the veil of human bluff.
He feared her pain; also, he feared her hope. But
surprisingly, she accepted reality almost as calmly as he did. She was with
him, as always, sharing his pain, his laughter, his emotions.
|Inspired by "The Scream" by Edvard Munch|