Discover Love Again

Explore into a strained relationship between two lovers who have been married for so many years. Somewhere down the line something slipped and caused a chaos of events in their love life. Watch what happens as they try to bring back their relationship and bring peace back into their lives.

Chapter 1

Jacey unlocked the door to her apartment and walked in with a tired huff. The entryway was dark as she set her stuff down on the entryway bench. She started flicking on lights as she started walking through her house.

The living room was full and stuffy as she turned on her central air and she made her way to the kitchen. Everything seemed eerily quiet as she went into her refrigerator and took out a cold beer. In her heart, she knew her husband wasn’t home. Everything was too dark and too quiet as she stepped back into her living room. She knew that her husband wasn’t home. He would have greeted her by now if he was. But with his noticeable absences, she started to get accustomed to it.

The silence and darkness were something she started to get used to. For the past year, he was never home when he was supposed to and each and every time he made up some excuse why he was late or why he never was home. After 16 years of marriage, you would think there was still trust and communication in the relationship…but no. Jacey hasn’t communicated with her husband in over a couple of years and in each and passing day, there seems to be darkness and silence that consumes over their relationship.

Jacey took a swig of her cold beer and she looked outside her window. The dark streets left a cold emptiness in her heart. Many years ago her heart used to swell whenever she waited for her husband to come home…now the only thing she felt as she looked outside this window was dread and loneliness.

There was nothing that showed signs of his returned home. She watched as small droplets of rain fell down her window along with her tears that fell down her cheeks.

She didn’t want to feel this way. The tug and pain that she felt as she watched other moving cars stroll through the drizzle of rain. She let go of her blinds and window curtains. She hurtfully walked into her cold bedroom and flopped down on her cold queen size bed.

She sobbed and trembled in sadness as she listened to rain come down around the house. She let the central air drown out the already cold room and her pleaded cries for her pain to stop…

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I am a stay at home blogger & self- publish author. I love to write and blog about creative writing and things that interest or inspire my work. I'm also an artist and abstract illustrator. I also blog about family life and my experiences.

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