Don’t Say Goodbye


By Andrew Z. Foreman

“Sarah!” Tom shouted breathlessly. He couldn’t lose her; he wouldn’t lose her.

“This isn’t your choice, Tom!” Sarah screamed. She would do what she had planned. Then it would be over. She knew she must; she refused to see another choice.

“Sarah,” Tom choked on his words, tears welling in his eyes. “Please, don’t do this. I, … I love you.”

Sarah looked back at him, away from the painless fall the cliff offered. “Tom?”

Tom stepped impulsively forward and grabbed her hand. “Sarah, I love you.” Then he did something unplanned, something sporadic, he kissed her.

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