On the night before our wedding day, I spray-painted my
pretty white veil
and threw it over my face.
When I walked down the aisle, you asked me,
'Why is your wedding veil black?' and
I replied, 'You can't see me.'
You shrugged and said, 'But I've already seen you.'
I asked, 'Have you?'
During our honeymoon, you asked me,
'Do you want to be with me?' And I replied,
'I want to be with someone.'
We went to the beach. I skipped stones.
You asked, 'Why are you
skipping stones? They'll only
And I said, 'I like to see how long I can keep them
above the water.'
I asked you what your biggest fear was. You said
death. I said, 'I am not afraid of death', but you
never knew; I am afraid of dying.